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Kodak wants to reinvent itself as an Android brand

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Kodak, a company best known for its film-based cameras from another era, is jumping into the Android smartphone game. With companies like Apple. Samsung, LG, Motorola and HTC duking it out for handset sales, it could be difficult for...Show More Summary

Lazarus rising? Kodak to enter Android device market

Eastman Kodak Co. has announced a new deal with Bullit Group Ltd. that will see the once bankrupt company launching Android powered mobile devices. The company said in a statement that slipped under the radar before Christmas that they were to … Continue reading ?

Kodak is coming out with an Android smartphone at CES; a tablet and camera will follow

After Kodak nearly went bankrupt in 2012, the company went looking for ways to stay afloat. Today, the brand announced it is partnering with the Bullitt Group to unveil a new range of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, at a CES event in January. Show More Summary

Kodak Is Making Android Phones Now Because Sure, Why Not I Guess? 

Kodak's about to have its own line of Android phones now, because sure. The company—now little more than a name to be slapped on products from all kinds of no-name manufacturers— will be showing off its first Android devices at CES in just over a week. Read more...

Kodak Phone To Be Shown at CES

Kodak this week revealed plans to produce Kodak-branded Android phones. The first phone will focus on a "rich" but simple experience for "consumers who want a high-end experience but aren't always as comfortable using increasingly complicated mobile devices as they would like to be". Show More Summary

Kodak's finally making smartphones (sort of)

For a while there it looked like Kodak's moment had come and gone, but the past few months have seen the imaging icon fight back from the brink of irrelevance. Now the company's planning to push a Kodak-branded smartphone, and thankfully it's not goi...

Surgery Selfies Making The Rounds At Chinese Hospitals

So-called “Surgery Selfies” - group photos of doctors, nurses and even sedated patients in operating rooms – have become somewhat of a trend in China though not everyone thinks turning successful medical procedures into Kodak moments is a good thing.

Bullitt Group to license Kodak brand for a new line of Android devices

The Bullitt Group will launch a lineup of Android-based smartphones and tablets using the Kodak brand next year, with plans to launch their first device at CES 2015 in early January.

Canned Heat: 1935

August 9, 1935. San Francisco. "GMC truck -- Associated Oil fuel tanker." Short but sweet. 8x10 inch Kodak nitrate negative. View full size.

Pontiac Purveyors: 1936

"1936 Pontiacs and salesmen at Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco." Lined up at the Bottom of the Mark. 8x10 inch Kodak safety negative. View full size.

Leica M9 users report sensor corrosion issue

A growing number of Leica users are reporting white spots appearing on images taken with M9, M9-P, M Monochrom and M-E cameras. The common element in all of these models is their 18MP full frame Kodak CCD sensor which is protected by a piece of Schott S8612 glass. Read more

Mod TV commercial for Kodak Instamatic (1966)

2 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

From 1966, this far out mod commercial for the Kodak Instamatic camera with Flash Cubes!

Voyeur, Sharer or Engager: Which One Are You?

Remember the Kodak moment? How far from sharing have we come, when a cleverly branded and epic moment was captured on traditional film and shared on prints or slide projectors? We hold onto these as memories and visit with them now and again for the nostalgia and connection. Show More Summary

Former photography giant Kodak restructures in hope of driving growth

Digital film is great, but there was a magic about shooting on film that digital just can't match. The post Former photography giant Kodak restructures in hope of driving growth appeared first on AppleTell.

Three's Company: 1945

Circa 1945, the future Life magazine photographer Tony Linck and two close associates. 4x5 inch Eastman Kodak safety negative. View full size.

Is Beyoncé the Future of Digital Cinema?

This month, two major events in the history of cinema occurred. On Nov. 5, Christopher Nolan released Interstellar, a space epic he shot on endangered Kodak film stocks, crafted to take full advantage of the possibilities of the IMAX theater experience, and presented to the world with great fanfare as a return to classical filmmaking. Show More Summary

Beau Peep: 1900s

Circa 1900 in parts unknown. "Seth & lamb at Will's. f4.5 3.5F Kodak." 6½ x 8½ inch glass negative by Mother Goose, for all we know. View full size.

The Kodak Pixpro SP360 Sports a 360 Degree Camera

Kodak’s newest product, the Kodak PixPro SP360, isn’t the first action camera on the market but it could be the most unique. The camera’s lens shoots a 360 degree perspective. Other devices like the GoPro and even, to an extent, the Polaroid Cube have already venture into super wide angle shooting of this kind. Show More Summary

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