Kodak completes acquisition of the Image Sensor Business from National Semiconductor

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Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., USA, closed its acquisition of the Imaging business of National Semiconductor Corp., which developed and manufactured complimentary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor (CIS) devices. Under the agreement, Kodak has acquired certain assets, including intellect...

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Famed Photographer, Carl Mydans Dies at Age 97

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Carl Mydans, a famed photographer for Life Magazine, died on August 16 at his home in Larchmont. He was 97 years of age. Some of his most memorable photos included photos of World War II, and more recently he was featured in a 1999 Asia Society exhibition, "China: 50 Years Inside the Peoples Re...

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Fuel cells in your digital camera? possible...

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Fuel cells may replace rechargeable batteriesSome companies are hoping that a better answer to rechargeable batteries can be found in miniature fuel cells, according to an Aug. 26 article in The New York Times.Ross Rubin, director of industry research at NPD TechWorld, a company that tracks consu...

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Ilford USA continues business as usual.

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Ilford Imaging USA open for business as Ilford restructures business worldwideIlford Imaging USA Inc., Paramus, N.J., USA, continues to do business as normal, as Ilford restructures its business worldwide. As previously reported, the accounting firm Grant Thornton announced Monday the appointment...

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1394 group approves UWB 'Firewireless' technology

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It looks as if a wireless version of Firewire may be coming in the future. How great would it be to have wireless firewire transfers from your digital camera to a wireless harddrive. Looks like the wireless version may even be faster than a wired version of firewire. Wireless = 480Mbps Wired = 40...

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