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The new indoor security camera boasts a 4K image sensor, HDR imaging, and the ability to recognize and remember faces.
Sony has developed a CCD image sensor that can help autonomous cars make sense of electronic road signs and see better when transitioning between dark tunnels and daylight.
The effort to grow in the virtual reality market has Acer chasing weird, but rather interesting, devices.
ARM's Mali-C71 image signal processor will analyze every pixel from cameras on-board a car, and much like a human eye, read the image, and help make driving decisions.
Via Technologies is now shipping new 360-degree cameras for under $100, making it more affordable for users to capture and play virtual reality content in headsets.
If you need a solid wireless security camera set-up, this Arlo Pro four pack won't be getting much cheaper right now.
Engineers at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute have developed a smartphone camera module that's thin enough to be squeezed inside a smartphone, removing the need for a 'camera bump' without compromising on quality.
It's rare that software engineers are lauded as the heroes of anything, but Roborace CEO Denis Sverdlov wants to change that.
Huawei Technologies calls the P10 a smartphone, but its CEO doesn't have much to say about its communication capabilities.
Japan will kick off a drive this week to collect old smartphones and other portable gadgets so that they can be turned into medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
The popular Samsung SmartCam security cameras contain a critical remote code execution vulnerability that could allow hackers to gain root access and take full control of them.
The annual CES show is celebrating its 50th anniversary and seems to get busier and crazier every year. Here's a look back at some of the most memorable sights of CES 2017 through the lenses of Ann Singer and Alexandra Wimley, photojournalism students at Boston University.
The latest camera in Netgear's security camera line aims to bring parents more peace of mind.
For $249, the Ring Floodlight Cam may be Ring's most bad guy-unfriendly smart camera yet.
All three cameras deliver 720p resolution, microSD storage, night vision, and IFTTT support.