Comments: 0Thursday, December 6th 2012 - 16:30 CET
Samsung Exynos 5 Dual processor drives industry’s highest resolution on Google’s Nexus 10 Android tablet. Samsung Electronics announced that its Exynos 5 Dual application processor powers the new Nexus 10 tablet from Google, with the highest WQXGA (2560x1600 pixels) resolution in the market. The Samsung Exynos 5 Dual is the world’s first application processor based on the ARM Cortex-A15 CPU, which has been designed with both performance and power efficiency in mind to bring superb user experience in smartphones and tablets. Exynos 5 Dual`s powerful 8 megapixel resolution image signal processor fully supports best-in-class cameras with high resolution video recording and playback.
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Comments: 0Saturday, February 5th 2011 - 11:50 CET
Pandigital has expanded its line of innovative photo scanners with a new model - the Pandigital Portable Photo Scanner / Personal Converter - that can scan print photos up to 8 ½ x 11-inches large. Simple to use, the Pandigital Portable Photo Scanner and Converter requires no Personal Computer to convert print photos into digital images. Consumers can simply plug it in, insert their photo through the slim photo scanner, and, with a single touch of a button, scan photos onto the included SD memory card. Consumers can then insert the SD card loaded with JPEG pictures into their computer to upload the photos or insert the card into their photo frame to view the pictures. The photo scanner is available for a suggested retail price of $149.99.
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Comments: 3Tuesday, February 23rd 2010 - 17:16 CET
Sony-Ericsson announces its vision for the future of mobile entertainment - ‘Co-creation’ - using the launch of new online platform Creations. Co-creation focuses on facilitating the evolving needs of consumers, content publishers and developers, creating a community and a movement where they come together to personalise, share and continuously evolve and co-create mobile content. It is an open mobile platform accessible using a range of mobile handsets, as well as on the desktop PC.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 30th 2008 - 14:30 CET
Vodafone is the first mobile operator in the Netherlands to introduce a digital photo frame with integrated sim card. Photos can be sent via the mobile network directly to the digital frame, even from abroad. The sim card in the frame enables a direct upload of the photos onto the screen. Distances are of no importance anymore and the best photo moments can be shared with your loved ones, wherever you are.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 14th 2007 - 15:15 CEST
Microsoft Corp. is providing an exciting and easy new way to share photos and memories with two new webcams - a desktop unit, the LifeCam VX-7000, and a notebook unit, the LifeCam NX-3000 - and their connection to Photo Swap, a feature that allows consumers to share digital photos with friends and family and see their reactions in real time. The LifeCams' sleek new design blends into the PC monitor, allowing consumers to concentrate on the important things in life: connecting and sharing with friends and family.
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Comments: 0Friday, April 13th 2007 - 10:05 CEST
Sony Electronics launched an integrated marketing ad campaign to support its digital imaging product line. The ad campaign, developed with BBDO New York, uses humor to show how Sony Cyber-shot cameras and Handycam high-definition camcorders help capture life’s most precious moments…the right way, the first time. The campaign encompasses multiple media outlets and platforms, including print, television, radio, online, in-store and out-of-home. There will also be promotional tie-ins linked to Mother's Day and the upcoming Sony Pictures Entertainment movie, "Spider-Man 3." Three 30-second television commercials highlight the special features of Cyber-shot digital cameras and Handycam HD camcorders.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, March 28th 2007 - 19:38 CEST
Parrot’s lineup of photo viewers continues to grow with the recent addition of the company’s new Parrot Photo Viewer 7” Bluetooth-enabled digital photo frame that holds more than 500 images and has a seven-inch active-matrix TFT screen for exceptionally bright, crisp photo images. The new Parrot Photo Viewer 7” joins Parrot’s 3.5 inch model introduced earlier this year that holds 120 photos. Both photo viewers are available online and through retailers in the U.S. with an MSRP of $ 239.99 and $169.99 respectively.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 20th 2007 - 12:51 CET
The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) will present a track in the CTIA Emerging Technology Forum entitled "Camera Phone Image Quality - Is Technology to Blame?" on Monday, March 26, immediately preceding the CTIA Wireless conference in Orlando, Florida. Camera phones, unlike their digital still camera counterparts, are mass produced multifunctional devices. Demands for small form factors, reliability, low cost, durability, and high volume manufacturing processes all affect the capabilities of camera modules, constraining the overall quality of images captured using camera phones. The I3A session at CTIA will focus on technology that affects image quality and possible solutions to improve overall camera phone image quality.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, February 14th 2007 - 21:56 CET
Nokia announced a new mobile internet video experience which enables enhanced internet video consumption by bringing YouTube videos into the hands of Nokia Nseries multimedia computer owners. YouTube videos are accessible with Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map through the new YouTube mobile site to be launched shortly. Also, YouTube video RSS feeds can now be consumed through the new Nokia Video Center application. "We are thrilled to be giving users easy access to entertaining YouTube videos anytime and anywhere. By partnering with an industry leader like Nokia, we're able to bring YouTube videos to mobile phone users worldwide," said Steve Chen, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer for YouTube.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 12th 2007 - 04:18 CET
SanDisk introduced USBTV, a new, industry-wide initiative that is expected to enable consumers to easily move digital content from their PCs to their televisions for viewing in full, big-screen comfort. The announcement was made during a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the platform technology was demonstrated and several industry leaders announced their support for USBTV. USBTV is a powerful and innovative new platform that will enable consumers to transport downloaded digital content from a personal computer, by using a small flash memory-enabled media player, and plug-and-play it directly on virtually any TV. More information about the USBTV Forum and USBTV is available USBTV.org.
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