Google Photos is one of the best free services on the internet, allowing you to backup all of your photos and videos for free. But you can still run into local storage issues if you're not deleting your photos from your phone after you back them up.
Smartphone photography has made incredible advancements this year, but one of the things still holding many phones' cameras back is sensor size. The Pixel in particular has begun to lose the lead it once enjoyed in the imaging department, and a bigger sensor next year could help it reclaim its title.
Even with similar underlying technology as large format printers, standard desktop printers are not capable of handling large documents. The beauty of large format printers is that they have regular or smaller papers which gives you the freedom to scale up or down when printing. Whether you a seasoned printer looking to size up or a beginner, our list of the best large format printers...
The Galaxy S20 has ultra-smooth video and can even shoot in 8K resolution, but a gimbal is still the best way to get the smoothest possible video with your phone. Grab the best gimbal for your top-dollar phone!
With a smartphone in every pocket, taking photos has become one of the most-used features of these powerful little computers. But there's more to it than just hardware and software — you need to know how to use it all!
Tagging faces makes it easy to quickly find photos of your friends without having to scroll through years of backups. Now that Google Photos supports manual tagging, it's easier than ever to index your best shots.
Some moments need to be commemorated with a photo and when they do, a point-and-shoot camera can capture important events with stunning quality. The best task-ready cameras are easy-to-use and produce high-definition images and even video to ensure what you document is brilliant.
Shooting with your Android camera is usually great, but third-party apps can pack a punch in places you didn’t even know you needed! There are apps that provide manual controls for everything, and others that provide editing features while you're taking pictures.
The new Spectra 580 ISP coupled with an all-new and more powerful AI engine makes the Snapdragon 888 the best chip for phone cameras we've ever seen. You'll want it in your next phone if you love taking photos.