So the long-awaited Raspberry Pi camera finally became available to the DIY community earlier this month.
A group of former Nokia executives who left the company rather than work on Windows Mobile have created their first smartphone using Nokia's rejected operating system MeeGo.
One of the most popular hardware products for modders and DIY enthusiasts is the Raspberry Pi.
The TPmini can best be described as Android-powered (4.1, Jelly Bean) set-top box designed to rest on top of a flat TV screen with a camera pointed in the user's direction.
The Chinese technology market has been on full tilt when it comes to producing Android-powered set-top boxes and mini PCs.
You don't have to be an expert photographer to realize that the camera you're looking at below is a bit strange.
Samsung debuted its Android-powered Galaxy Camera back in November, but neglected to roll out a WiFi only version - until today.
When hearing the phrase "surveillance drone," most people probably think of large-scale unmanned flying aircraft deployed by the military or federal government.
There is certainly no lack of devices on the market that will allow you to remotely view just who is knocking at your front door.
Perhaps the most practical experience most of us have with 360° cameras and the images they produce is Google's Street View platform.
The newly-built Dark Energy Camera in Chile - the most powerful digital camera in the world - has captured its first images, as part of an effort to understand why the expansion of the universe is speeding up.
Samsung's revealed the world's first first Windows Phone 8 smartphone, along with other devices including a Windows RT tablet, a Galaxy 'phablet' and an Android-powered camera.
The Raspberry Pi has tipped up in a number of geek-related projects, including one where the bare-bones board was selected to power a model sailboat across the stormy Atlantic Ocean.
Electrical engineers from Duke University and the University of Arizona have created the first gigapixel camer, and say it could be available to consumers within five years.
Life goes on, IPO or no IPO, and yesterday Facebook released a new Camera for iOS app that allows users to shoot, filter and share photos.
MIT researchers say they've developed a camera that can see round corners - useful for peeping toms and rescue workers.
MIT's created a camera that can capture a trillion frames a second - the ultimate in slow motion, say its developers.
Lytro's released the amazing wide field camera we wrote about back in June, which allows photographers and viewers to refocus pictures after they've been taken.
The U.S. government is suing former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell for attempting to sell one of two cameras from the Apollo 14 lunar module Antares.
Silicon Valley start-up Lytro has launched a revolutionary camera that could make blurry pictures a thing of the past.