Sure, 16 megapixels may seem like quite a lot by current mobile standards, but what about a 200 megapixel camera?
Researchers from Northwestern University and the University of Illinois have created the first curvilinear camera, much like the human eye - but with a zoom capability.
What sounds more nutso than "I think my landlord is hiding a camera in my bedroom?"
If you answered nothing, then you're on the same page with what administrators at Brooklyn College thought when Nigerian national Chinemerem Eze came to them with this very claim.
MIT researchers have developed a camera capable of capturing images of objects that are not in its direct line of sight.
A UC Davis researcher has managed to turn the Xbox Kinect into a 3D video camera.
Forget about 2D smartphones - those are sooo 20th century. That's right - personal communication is going 3D and we at TG Daily can't wait to try out the next-generation of handhelds in all their three-dimensional glory.
Apple's next-gen iPod Touch will reportedly feature an advanced, forward-facing 5MP camera capable of shooting HD video at 720p.
An iPad-controlled quadricopter has taken to the skies above E3 in Los Angeles.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed a new type of surveillance camera which allows it to scan public areas much more thoroughly.
An ARM-powered Lego bot running Google's Android OS has managed to solve a scrambled Rubik's Cube in just under 25 seconds.
A new video camera is under development that's claimed to be able to focus on both near-field and distant objects simultaneously.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has been busy pumping up the inevitable hype over Natal, which is expected to be unveiled at E3 in June.
RIM has introduced two new Blackberry smartphones: the classic Bold 9650 and compact Pearl 3G.
Explicit pictures of a lost prototype iPhone 4G allegedly found in a Redwood City bar have hit the 'Net.
Will Android-based smartphones such as the HTC Incredible crush Apple's next-gen iPhone (4G) in the perpetual battle for mobile dominance?
A Chinese-based company has introduced an Android-powered iPad clone that can be purchased for as little as $130-$198.
Motorola has debuted what it claims is the "world's first" push-to-talk Android-powered smartphone at CTIA 2010.
Human intelligence is apparently way overrated these days, as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) unveils details about its latest invention; a self guided drone camera which can get around by itself and beam back visual intelligence from behind enemy lines.
Dell is preparing to take on Apple's overhyped iPad with its sleek, touch-screen Mini 5 tablet device.