NEW YORK— Phones have gotten so good at taking photos that I rarely bring along a stand-alone camera anymore. Of course, a phone is never going to replace a full-bodied, single-lens reflex camera, otherwise known as an SLR. You'll get good pictures with any high-end phone, including LG's G3 and Google's Nexus 6. But a few phones go beyond just good.» Read More
Andrew Laffoon, Mixbook CEO, discusses how mobile app "Mosaic" lets users create photo books and explains what differentiates their app from competitors like Shutterfly. Lafoon also comments on Mixbooks plans for going public.
Jeffrey Housenbold, Shutterfly CEO, explains why the day after Halloween is the busiest day of the year for photo uploads. He also weighs on Shutterfly's guidance and revenue.
Shutterstock is the online marketplace for stock photos and videos. Its CEO Jon Oringer discusses the company's progress since its IPO.
Sales of "point-and-shoot" digital cameras are declining as investors shift to smartphones, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics is taking aim at its Japanese rivals with an Android-powered digital camera that allows users to wirelessly upload pictures to social networking sites.
See the brands that defied conventional wisdom and came back after everyone counted them out.
"I think the goal in social media is to get as large as possible as quickly as possible, because at the end of the day it’s a winner-take-all game," Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom told CNBC Tuesday. "You see Facebook with something like 800 or 900 million active users. That’s something we’re shooting for because you want to have change on a mass scale."
Discussing the online photo service company's strong revenues, stock growth, and future acquisition prospects, with Jeffrey Housenbold, Shutterfly CEO and the Fast Money traders.