Comments: 0Tuesday, January 4th 2011 - 16:30 CET
Kodak announced the next generation of its award-winning Kodak Pulse Digital Frame. The popular wireless frame with its own e-mail address now has an extra shot of social - allowing you to comment on the pictures you receive from friends and family the moment you receive them. A Quick Comment button on the touchscreen lets you communicate back to the picture sender directly from the frame and includes options like Such a Kodak Moment, LOL!, OMG!, Congrats! and Wish I were there! The Kodak Pulse Digital Frame will be available in 7-inch for U.S. $129.95 and 10-inch for U.S. $199.95 in spring 2011 at major retailers.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 12th 2010 - 17:00 CET
Video calling and image sharing just got easier as well as clearer with Sakar International’s new line of Kodak Webcams, including a top-of-the-line model that features a true 3 megapixel sensor for HD video. All Kodak webcams in the series feature one-stop connectivity to the most popular VoIP, IM and social media services, eliminating extra steps typically required to launch video calls and chats or upload images to social networks. Available at retailers next month, each of the new Kodak webcams is compatible with both PC (Windows XP/Vista/7) and Mac (OSX 10.5 and above) for easy consumer selection.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 24th 2008 - 15:50 CET
Eastman Kodak Company announced that it has filed complaints against Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and other related entities for infringement of Kodak patents. The Kodak actions specifically allege that Samsung and LG camera phones infringe Kodak digital camera patents. The patents in question cover technology related to image capture, compression and data storage and a method for previewing motion images.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 10th 2008 - 17:12 CEST
Revolutionizing the way images and video can be enjoyed in HD, the KODAK Theatre HD Player is an interactive device that displays personal and web-based content on an HDTV, while wirelessly connecting to a household’s private Wi-Fi Network. Able to display HD still images (16:9 Aspect Ratio) and video (720p) on a HDTV, the remote operated Kodak Theatre HD Player lets consumers relive their favorite, and even forgotten, memories through a HD slideshow, as well as edit and upload images and videos to popular online content sharing sites.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 10th 2008 - 15:47 CEST
The Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera is the first dedicated pocket digital video camera from Kodak. This fun and simple-to-use video camera offers uncomplicated HD video capture (720p at 60fps with 16:9 aspect ratio), viewed via a vibrant 2.4-inch TFT LCD screen. The Zi6 Pocket Video Camera is ideal for easily and instantly sharing personal video content.
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Comments: 0Saturday, December 8th 2007 - 12:35 CET
Belkin International and Eastman Kodak Company introduced the Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter with Kodak Picture Upload Technology, to save, print, and share high-quality photos from your camera phone and stay connected with friends and family. In addition, individuals with a Premier membership at Kodak Gallery can use the Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter for automatic picture uploads and full-resolution online backup from their camera phone to the award-winning Kodak Gallery online service. According to Forrester, 93 million camera phones will be sold by 2011. With more and more people using camera phones to take pictures, people need an easier way to transfer their high-quality photos directly to their PCs.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, February 21st 2007 - 03:03 CET
Exclaim, a provider of innovative wireless and Web digital imaging applications has partnered with the Kodak Gallery to make uploading, downloading and sharing of photo and video, captured on mobile camera-phones, easy and instantaneous. Kodak Mobile Link is available beginning today on leading CDMA BREW Wireless carriers in the United States. The program eliminates the need to attach photos to MMS messages for uploading. Instead, camera phone users simply press a button and their photos are automatically connected to Kodak Gallery, the world's number one photo service, where they can be easily shared, printed and stored. Users can also view all of their Kodak Gallery albums within the application.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 12th 2007 - 00:06 CET
At the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Kodak announced four new Kodak EasyShare Digital Picture Frames that play vibrant slideshows of your favorite pictures and videos set to music. Available in 10-inch and 8-inch Wi-Fi and 8-inch and 7-inch standard versions, these frames boast true plug-and-play ease of use and a full menu of versatile features with an intuitive, multifunction remote control. Optional interchangeable faceplates let you match your décor and show off your style. The New Kodak EasyShare digital picture frames are available in four versions and will all be available in March 2007 for prices that run from $129.95 up to $279.95.
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