Kodak revolutionized and modernized photography, but the company has no such ambitions with its first branded smartphone. Instead, it's banking that its name and history will convince seniors to take a brave jump into the touchscreen...Show More Summary
I was never a photography buff, but I'm fascinated by the unusual ways you can use your cell phone to capture "the moment." I've now thought up ways that even Kodak would consider creepily obsessive. Yeah, yeah -- we've all heard toShow More Summary
Businesses have always come and gone, but these days it seems that companies can fall from market dominance to bankruptcy in the blink of an eye. Kodak, Blockbuster and HMV are just a few recent victims of the rapid market …
What's this, a smartphone made by Kodak? No surprise that there's a few extra photography-related features, but what's more curious is that this 5” phone appears to be designed with seniors in mind – and I don't just mean that Android skin.
For most people, cameras are about taking photos. That’s what they’ve been about since the Kodak box Brownies and Leica Is of the start of the 20th century. But at this point in time, this mark in our 21st century, cameras are about sharing photos. Show More Summary
The Moog System 55, now back on the market 50 years ago the Moog modular synthesizer represented as radical a transition as Kandinski's abstracts or Kodak's cameras - offering both a break from yesterday and a startling glimpse of tomorrow....
In the 1920s, a young law school graduate named Yoshiyuki Iwase left Tokyo and returned to his hometown of Onjuku, a fishing village in eastern Japan. With an early Kodak camera, he began documenting the traditions of the ama, women who dove for seaweed, shellfish, and most famously, pearls. Show More Summary
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday reassigned to Apple a Kodak patent covering a mobile remote control camera system, reports of which supposedly catalyzed a 12-percent drop in shares of action cam maker GoPro.
Apple has been awarded a patent by the USPTO based on IP it acquired from Kodak in a deal from 2013, which details a remote digital camera system that can be controlled from a smartwatch (Apple Watch fantasists should note that this patent was originally created in 2012). Show More Summary
We’ve previously mentioned Kodak’s anticipated IM5 Android smartphone, and now we’ve had a chance to see it close up on the show floor at CES. Take a look at the video below to see some of the key features and the somewhat surprising audience Kodak is aiming for with this phone, which will be released in the UK this quarter... Show More Summary
Kodak and Polaroid are both still fighting for relevance in a world that's mostly left them behind, and this year they've got a new kind of weapon in their arsenals: the smartphone. Both of these companies have basically lent the power of their brand...
Last week Kodak revealed that it was lending it’s name to a range of smartphones, and the first one would be officially revealed to the public at CES. As you may have noticed, CES is going on right now, and we’ve finally got our look at the Kodak smartphone. Show More Summary
Kodak's IM5 is an entry-level Android phone that can send photos straight to your printer and sports super-sized icons.
With the new PIXPRO SL5, Kodak has finally created a lens-style camera that you can pocket without stretching your stitches.
Before CES there were rumors that we would see a Kodak-branded mobile device at the show, but those who were expecting an innovative, imaging-centric gadget have been disappointed. The Kodak IM5 has arrived and appears to be nothing more than a nondescript, mid-tier Android smartphone with Kodak branding. Read more
Kodak, Nokia, Palm and Sony are taking product ideas and brands from the '80s and '90s and using them to release new products in 2015.
Kodak is expecting to release a smartphone, a tablet and a smart camera later this year. The company formally entered into partnership with the Bullitt Group to manufacture the devices. Bullitt will produce the devices and attach the Kodak brand to them. Kodak and Bullitt unveiled their first smartphone at the CES 2015 conference this week....
Point-and-shoot mobe to sell more printer paper, perhaps? CES 2015 Kodak has launched its first mobile phone, the Kodak IM5 smartphone. It's aimed at the more mature users who are looking at moving to a smartphone but want a brand they find reassuring.…