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Polaroid's Little Cube Action Sports Camera Looks Like it Came From Portal 2

Polaroid's Little Cube Action Sports Camera Looks Like it Came From Portal 2

Brandon Russell

Polaroid had some cool stuff to show off at CES this year—new action cams and a Socialmatic—but it was the company’s little cube camera that really piqued our interest. It reminded me of something from my childhood, or like it might have been Wheatley’s sister from Portal 2, or a more colorful companion cube. Polaroid’s Action Sports Video Camera is about the size of a piece of...

If Polaroid and Instagram Had A Love Child: Meet Socialmatic's Instant Digital & Film Camera

If Polaroid and Instagram Had A Love Child: Meet Socialmatic's Instant Digital & Film Camera

Adriana Lee

Socialmatic‘s dream of producing a physical Instagram camera just got real, thanks to a new agreement that gives the company the right to build the device under the Polaroid brand. So what do you get when you combine the filter-happy, photo-sharing service with one of the most beloved old-school instant cameras? You get this crazy cute device that recasts the Instagram icon as a...

Polaroid iM1836 Mirrorless Camera is Real and it Packs Android 4.1; Starts at $399

Polaroid iM1836 Mirrorless Camera is Real and it Packs Android 4.1; Starts at $399

Brandon Russell

Polaroid is still a company that makes stuff and things, and that rumored mirrorless camera with Android is the real deal. The company officially unveiled the iM1836 on Monday, and when you stop and think about everything this device is trying to do, it's not the worst deal imaginable. The Galaxy Camera just got some major competition. Here's what it's packing: 18.1-megapixel, 1080p HD...

Polaroid Opening Up Experiential Stores in 2013 to Free "Trapped" Digital Photos

Polaroid Opening Up Experiential Stores in 2013 to Free "Trapped" Digital Photos

Brandon Russell

Polaroid’s time in the spotlight may be long gone, but its name is still synonymous with film photography (and, to some extent, as a proxy of Instagram). While that’s unlikely to change in the coming future—it might!—the company is looking to recapture part of its heyday, no matter how little, by introducing experiential retail stores focused on printing smartphone photos. And not much...