Sony introduced their new $500 DSC-G3 at the CES Keynote this morning, but don't let the name fool you, there's no cellular 3G technology in it. It does, however, have Wi-Fi (801.11g) enabled web sharing and a web browser that enables users to connect to networks that require logins, such as those at popular coffee retailers. The lack of physical buttons can make switching modes a little difficult. In fact, making any change requires a minimum of two clicks. The 10MP camera shoots in a variety of formats as well as VGA video. While it does what no other camera before it has done, allowing uploading directly to popular media sharing websites and even personal blogs, the interface is typically Sony: visually pleasing, but confusing to navigate.