point-and-shoot camera

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a lightweight photographic camera with an autofocus

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Thrrum MMS Search enables camera phone users to find and browse information related to their physical environment using the MMS service integrated into their phones.
While there was once discussion that the cellular camera phone would replace the DSC, such talk seems to have been premature.
But in spite of school-related violations reported in the media, camera phones offer huge educational advantages that include compiling photo records of classroom activities, school performances, sports events and field trips.
Of these devices, camera phones will account for about 60 percent of the market, followed closely by digital cameras.
There was the usual industry hype--about Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) replacing Short Messaging Service (SMS, or text messaging on mobile phones, enormously popular in Europe and Asia, though less so in the US)--but in fact, the first camera phones were just novelty items, developed simply to keep people buying in a saturated mobile-phone market.
Neil Shah, Analyst at Strategy Analytics, said, "We forecast worldwide camera phone sales to grow 21 percent from 918 million units in 2010 to 1114 million units in 2011.
Sprint subscribers can point their camera phone at a book, a product label or any printed material, take a picture and send a picture message to get relevant information right on their phone.
In addition to those with higher resolution camera phones, younger consumers also appear to be more active camera phone photographers.
Users of camera phones can point their camera phone at a book, a product label or any printed material, take a picture and send an MMS to get relevant information right on their phone.
The report forecasts that camera phone shipments will exceed 1 billion units per year in 2011.
Now, users of Nokia camera phones can point their camera phone at a book, a product label or any print material, click, and get relevant search results right inside the Thrrum Visual Browser on their phone.
RealEyes3D's "one-click" 1D bar code deblurring technology, currently in pilot testing phase with major wireless carriers, relies on a breakthrough proprietary image processing technology that restores 1D bar code images shot from a camera phone, and enables them to be read with virtually any camera phone model available in the market.
a pioneer of technologies designed to extend the functionality of camera phones, announced today the availability of the beta version of Thrrum Visual Search on select camera phone models.
PARIS -- Realeyes3D, a leading provider of mobile imaging applications for camera phone users, today announced that its handwritten messaging applications have been shipped in more than 30 million camera phones worldwide, including handsets by its OEM customers Samsung and Sanyo.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- Determined to build a photo service that also works well for camera phone users, Vizrea Corp.