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“Also, heavy Internet users—think downloaders of music and movies, or digital-photo fiends—are skewing the numbers.”
“The new version also will let people plug a digital camera into their HyperSpace Hybrid PC to view and save photos; now, USB ports are turned off in Hybrid to save battery life, disallowing digital-photo uploads.”
“Kodak has undergone a rocky transformation over the past five years as its highly-profitable film franchise withered and it built a digital-photo and printing business, closed many operations and laid off tens of thousands of workers.”
“Since its core film business has faded, the former corporate icon has been trying to remake itself into a digital-photo and printing company, selling consumer ink-jet printers and high-speed commercial presses.”
“Just in time for the holidays, the wireless carrier T-Mobile is selling a digital-photo frame that makes it easy to set up and to keep fresh.”
“But keeping those types of digital-photo frames up-to-date with new pictures demands more technical skill than many parents and grandparents are likely to have.”
“Shutterfly dropped 1.67, or 10%, to 14.68 after the Redwood City, Calif., provider of digital-photo products posted first-quarter sales that missed Wall Street forecasts and reduced its 2008 revenue outlook.”
“Over the summer Canon introduced its CP-10 digital-photo printer ($299).”
“But some still think the technology falls short esthetically, while others dispute its perceived flexibility: unlike compact digital-photo cameras, digital film equipment can be bulky.”
“This problem has plagued the digital-photo industry for years, though the cameras themselves have improved.”
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