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CNNMoney: Polaroid goes digital with Android cameraupdated: Mon Jan 16 2012 09:44:00

Iconic film company Polaroid is determined not to get left behind in an increasingly digital age. A new Android-powered point-and-shoot camera is part of that reinvention.

Sony CEO accidentally reveals secret details about iPhone 5updated: Mon Apr 04 2011 08:27:00

Sir Howard Stringer, CEO of Sony, accidentally told everyone in the world that his company will be supplying image sensors for Apple's iPhone 5.

3-D invades home movies, photosupdated: Sat Jan 08 2011 09:19:00

Louis Rousseau shot his family Christmas in three dimensions -- his relatives jutting out of the digital videos when viewed on a special TV with special glasses.

Rough-and-tumble technologyupdated: Sat Jan 08 2011 09:19:00

Tech toys are great inside, but what about outside? CNN tracks down some tough toys at CES 2011.

3-D television expected in homes in 2010updated: Mon Nov 02 2009 09:52:00

Three-dimensional images are expected jump out of movie theaters and into living rooms by next year.

3DTV in your living roomupdated: Mon Nov 02 2009 09:52:00

HDTV is so last year -- at least that's what TV makers hope you'll say. CNN's Reggie Aqui checks out 3DTV.

3-D television expected to come to homes in 2010updated: Fri Sep 18 2009 09:02:00

Three-dimensional images are expected jump out of movie theaters and into living rooms by next year.

High-end ideas reshape compact-camera marketupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 12:54:00

Compact-camera manufacturers have begun testing the waters with a wealth of high-end features as they search for new ways to gain revenue, market share, and recognition.

Fortune: Consumers flip for mini camcordersupdated: Tue Jan 27 2009 12:39:00

When employees at Pure Digital Technologies get caught watching user-generated videos at work, they don't have to worry. The clips come from their customers, shot on the Flip video cameras the company makes.

3D is coming to a living room near youupdated: Thu Jan 15 2009 16:36:00

Three-dimensional TV is coming to a living room near you. But will the technology spur a consumer spending spree like digital and high-definition TV did before it? Or will 3D end up being the next big flop?

Review: Camera offers great picture quality, frustrating designupdated: Mon Nov 24 2008 15:49:00

Every so often a camera comes along that gets (and deserves) high marks, but which I don't necessarily like as much as the rating would suggest. The latest object of such ambivalence is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1.

Camera has great photo quality, but should be fasterupdated: Mon Nov 10 2008 13:20:00

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-G1 offers interchangeable lenses, Nikon's Coolpix P6000 provides GPS--the feature sets on enthusiast compact cameras are all over the place these days.

Nikon D3 reaches new imaging heightsupdated: Wed Sep 03 2008 14:31:00

For years, Nikon users had been asking their favored camera maker for a dSLR with a full-frame sensor (the same size as a 35mm frame of film).

Panasonic TV delivers impressive pictureupdated: Wed Aug 20 2008 12:43:00

Coming from a company known more for its plasma HDTVs, the Panasonic TC-32LX85 is a pleasant surprise in the 32-inch LCD category.

Pentax's flagship camera is impressiveupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 15:56:00

In case you haven't been paying close attention to the digital SLR market lately, there's been a shift toward CMOS sensors.

Digital camera offers lots of features, but lags in speedupdated: Wed May 07 2008 11:16:00

With its 14-megapixel CCD, flip-up LCD, sensor-shift image stabilizer, and built-in wireless flash controller, the feature-packed Sony Alpha DSLR-A350 seems like a cornucopia of photographic goodness for the budget shopper.

Samsung delivers plasma done rightupdated: Fri May 02 2008 14:30:00

Plasma HDTVs seem almost passe these days, but in our experience they still produce generally better images than LCDs. The mid-price 50-inch Samsung PN50A550 reviewed here provides a typical example of what plasma can do right.

'Irritating design choices' hamper HD camcorderupdated: Fri Apr 11 2008 14:42:00

With its eye-catching, compact body and relatively low price, the Panasonic HDC-SD9 seems to be quite an attractive buy for a flash-based AVCHD camcorder.

Sony's new design may be sharp, but photos aren'tupdated: Fri Mar 21 2008 12:00:00

With its T series, Sony has an unfortunate habit of taking at least one step back for every two steps forward.

New camera pushes limits of digital photographyupdated: Thu Mar 13 2008 17:00:00

Canon's 1Ds series of cameras exists in a class of its own.

Review: Nikon D300 solid as a little tankupdated: Fri Feb 08 2008 14:24:00

When you build the follow-up to a hot camera, how do you turn up the heat? When Nikon shipped the D200 a couple of years ago, its combination of speed and photo quality blew away the limited competition, and provided a powerful, relatively inexpensive alternative to Nikon's then top-of-the-line D2X.

Aluratek's digital frame faces stiff competitionupdated: Fri Jan 25 2008 13:57:00

No fewer than six of my friends and family received digital photo frames for Christmas last month. For the record, no, I was not the one to give them.

Review: Inexpensive HP Photosmart M537 easy to useupdated: Wed Dec 05 2007 10:40:00

HP's Photosmart M537 is the archetypal budget camera. It's not particularly large or small, it doesn't look terribly shiny or sleek, and it doesn't have any notably unique features.

Review: Mediocre image quality from Fuji megazoom cameraupdated: Wed Nov 28 2007 14:06:00

One of the best reasons to consider a megazoom is the fact that you get a big zoom range in a small package, so you don't have to carry around huge SLR lenses and, more importantly, you don't have to pay the huge prices for those SLR lenses.

Review: Samsung LCD HDTV will impress the staunchest videophileupdated: Wed Nov 14 2007 15:27:00

Among that tiny segment of the population that cares about the latest HDTV technology, and the even tinier segment that can afford it, the introduction of Samsung's 81 series of flat-panel LCDs is kind of like early Christmas. The first widely distributed LCD HDTVs to incorporate LED backlights -- Sony sold a few Qualia 005s a couple years ago at $8,000 to $15,000 a pop -- the Samsungs promise amazing black levels, claiming a contrast ratio spec of 500,000:1.

Get your game onupdated: Thu Oct 25 2007 06:34:00

CNN's Matt West reports on a man building more than just a name in extreme sports with a spot in Tony Hawk's video game.

Review: Olympus Evolt E-510 worth the frustrationupdated: Tue Sep 18 2007 14:41:00

As compact cameras continue to evolve into commodity items, camera makers have shifted the way they approach their entry-level dSLRs.

Fortune: Sony champions free recyclingupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 02:56:00

The company that invented the CD, the Walkman and the PlayStation will soon become an environmental pioneer, too: Sony says it will offer free recycling of all its products in the United States.

CNNMoney: Sony profit triplesupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 23:25:00

Sony Corp. said its first-quarter profit more than tripled, beating expectations, after strong digital camera sales and a softer yen far outweighed losses on the struggling PlayStation 3 game console.

Review: Sony camcorder delivers great videoupdated: Tue Jul 24 2007 03:13:00

Sharing a perch at the top of Sony's HD prosumer camcorder line, the Handycam HDR-SR7 manages to combine a raft of cutting-edge capabilities without forgetting that its primary function is capturing high-quality HD video.

Review: Casio Exilim EX-Z75 cute but quirkyupdated: Thu Apr 26 2007 13:41:00

Casio made its name in the digital camera world with its ultraslim Exilim Card cameras, and thin cameras - such as the Exilim EX-Z75 (part of the Exilim Zoom series) -- remain one of the company's specialties.

Business 2.0: The best of digital camerasupdated: Thu Apr 12 2007 19:02:00

Affordable digital cameras have finally broken the 10-megapixel barrier. Business 2.0 Magazine picks three that will satisfy even the pickiest photographer.

Top-of-the-line toys for the high-tech travelerupdated: Thu Mar 01 2007 09:12:00

Adam Baer spends his days testing and reviewing the latest gadgets for travelers who like to put something extra into their suitcases at vacation time.

Fortune: Sony's China problemupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 16:51:00

Western companies will soon get a sneak peek at an unwelcome coming attraction: Chinese antitrust law. They're hoping it's not a horror show. A Shanghai court heard evidence in January in an antitr...

Review: Canon PowerShot SD600 a slick shooterupdated: Mon Dec 11 2006 17:36:00

A lot of cameras in the crowded and competitive digital point-and-shoot market are all flash and no substance. They add all sorts of extra gimmicks such as fancy slide shows and colorful borders that don't actually contribute to the cameras' pictures.

Business 2.0: James Bond's new temptressupdated: Wed Nov 15 2006 15:02:00

The James Bond seduction is about to begin, so what better time to serve up a simple guide to the secrets of finding your own 007 elan?

Fortune: Shooting for a Perfect 10updated: Fri Sep 29 2006 16:47:00

Ah, the memories that a photo album can evoke. Here I am with my first digital camera, the Apple QuickTake 100, along with a serial cable and the Macintosh portable I had lugged up a 12,000-foot mo...

Fortune: Twelve for the roadupdated: Tue Aug 01 2006 14:57:00

A century age high-tech travel meant a horseless carriage or steamship and a postcard that arrived home long after the traveler did.

Fortune: The Welshman, the walkman, and the salarymenupdated: Thu Jun 08 2006 09:45:00

One day last July, two naked men lowered themselves into a hot spring in Hakone, a Japanese tourist town known for its beautiful lake and views of Mount Fuji. One was a pallid, curly-haired 63-year...

Money Magazine: Sizing Up New Digital Camerasupdated: Thu Jun 01 2006 00:01:00

THE DIGITAL CAMERA MARKET IS TRICKY THESE days. On the one hand, there are models so small they've earned the nickname "credit card" cameras. But an opposite trend has also been showing up at the l...

Fortune: The Welshman, the Walkman, and the salarymenupdated: Fri May 26 2006 16:04:00

One day last July, two naked men lowered themselves into a hot spring in Hakone, a Japanese tourist town known for its beautiful lake and views of Mount Fuji.

Money Magazine: Behind the Brandupdated: Thu Mar 23 2006 10:25:00

Shopping for, say, a DVD player means sorting through a series of choices: price tags that range from $35 to $200, brand names you recognize and brands you've never heard of. But if you were able t...

Fortune: Canon's Big Gunupdated: Mon Jan 30 2006 17:38:00

ASK CANON CEO FUJIO MITARAI to explain how he turned a floundering Japanese electronics maker into one of the world's most profitable technology giants, and he's apt to tell you about an Internal Revenue Service auditor named Greg. It was 1966, and Mitarai had been put in charge of accounting at Canon's new U.S. subsidiary. In its first year the venture reported a profit of just $6,000, a sum so paltry it aroused suspicion at the IRS. After scouring Canon's books for a month and verifying that its U.S. earnings were every bit as meager as claimed, Greg, the agency's lead auditor, offered Mitarai some free advice: Deposit your accounts receivable in the bank, close the company, and go home.

Fortune: Canon's Big Gunupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 11:15:00

Ask Canon CEO Fujio Mitarai to explain how he turned a floundering Japanese electronics maker into one of the world's most profitable technology giants, and he's apt to tell you about an Internal Revenue Service auditor named Greg. It was 1966, and Mitarai had been put in charge of accounting at Canon's new U.S. subsidiary. In its first year the venture reported a profit of just $6,000, a sum so paltry it aroused suspicion at the IRS. After scouring Canon's books for a month and verifying its U.S. earnings to be every bit as meager as claimed, Greg, the agency's lead auditor, offered Mitarai some free advice: Deposit your accounts receivable in the bank, close the company, and go home.

Fortune: Ode to Toyupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 00:01:00

HERE'S CAUSE FOR HOLIDAY CHEER: PRICES FOR FLAT-PANEL TVs and computers have been falling like snowflakes. (If it seems to you as if prices are drifting up, perhaps it's because the elves have been...

Business 2.0: The Master of Gadgetsupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

Less than a decade ago, his company was just another anonymous Asian supplier of commodity parts. Since then, Jong-Yong Yun, the CEO of Samsung Electronics, has seen it become the world's biggest c...

CNNMoney: Camera makers focus on bad chipupdated: Thu Oct 27 2005 07:13:00

Some of the biggest electronics manufacturers say they will repair a defective chip found on more than 80 models of digital cameras and other digital devices, but only if the chip becomes faulty, according to a report published Thursday.

Fortune: A Perpetual Crisis Machineupdated: Mon Sep 19 2005 00:01:00

The guts of a next-generation digital video camcorder are splayed on a worktable near Sun Woo Song's desk, although to a visitor's eye they might as well be the innards of a notebook computer or a ...

Fortune: 'If you don't act, you will kill the company'updated: Mon Apr 04 2005 00:01:00

FORTUNE's Brent Schlender talked with Howard Stringer in New York City shortly after he was named Sony's CEO. Edited excerpts:

Fortune: Inside The Shakeup At Sonyupdated: Mon Apr 04 2005 00:01:00

Nobuyuki Idei was in a quandary. It was mid-January 2005, and the weary Sony Corp. CEO had just received confirmation from his chief financial officer, Katsumi Ihara, of what many around headquarte...

Fortune: Saving Face at Sonyupdated: Mon Feb 21 2005 00:01:00

Steve Jobs (yes, him again) was working his way methodically through one crowd-pleasing new feature after another at Apple Computer's early January new-product launch in San Francisco when he welco...

Fortune: 26 MUST-HAVE GADGETSupdated: Mon Nov 29 2004 00:01:00

The Music Aficionado

Fortune: POINTS, SHOOTS, SCORESupdated: Mon Nov 15 2004 00:01:00

POLITICIANS ARE FOND of asking, Are you better off now than you were four years ago? Well, let's see. The last time we endured a photo- finish presidential election, we weren't at war, gas cost les...

Fortune: For Nikon, A Homer Great Zeus! The new D70 digital SLR is an instant classic, and photographers won't be able updated: Mon Jun 28 2004 00:01:00

It's a classic theme of geek tragedy: A distraught mortal shakes his fists at the gods because he's just spent a thousand bucks for a fancy piece of digital gear, only to discover that a much bette...

Money Magazine: Digital Cameras with Big Zoomsupdated: Thu Apr 01 2004 00:01:00

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Fortune: Gearing Up The PC players hope to make everyone's wish list, but gadget hounds this Christmas may prefer gear updated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

Late fall is always a deliciously happy time for technology fans, the season just before the holidays when consumer electronics companies come out with their latest gizmos and gadgets. You may thin...

Fortune: Shootout In Gadget Land This Christmas everyone from Dell to Virgin wants to sell you MP3 players, camcorders, updated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

It's a sunny Southern California evening in mid-October at the posh South Coast Plaza shopping center in Orange County, and Sony Corp. is throwing a bash. Were you to pass by the roped-off event on...

Money Magazine: Affordable Click DIGITAL CAMERASupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Around 40 years ago, the cameras that pros used--single-lens reflex numbers with interchangeable lenses--finally fell within a hobbyist's budget. Suddenly, the streets of Rome were overrun by folks...

Fortune: Picture-Perfect Gadgets Everything clicks with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel and the smartest of the new smart updated: Mon Oct 13 2003 00:01:00

It's hard to convince people that the Canon EOS Digital Rebel is a serious camera when you're drooling, grinning like a fool, making little "ooh, ahh" noises, and fondling its body like a mother c...

Business 2.0: Is Nintendo Playing The Wrong Game? Its competitors are turning their consoles into home entertainment centers. updated: Fri Aug 01 2003 00:01:00

If you want to see the future of videogames, there's no place like the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo. Each May the industry's heavyweights roll out their latest marvels, displaying their vis...

Money Magazine: Pixel Perfect Talk about everything clicking. The latest digital cameras are so smart and so powerful, it's updated: Fri Aug 01 2003 00:01:00

There's a lonely spot at your local camera store: the section of counter with the point-and-shoot film cameras. "We take them out and dust them and place them back on the shelf," says a clerk at a ...

Money Magazine: The best digital camerasupdated: Thu Jul 31 2003 10:45:00

Which digital cameras are best? It depends on how you want to use them. There are four basic kinds.

Fortune: Best of Show The top gizmos at 2003's Consumer Electronics Show promise to keep gadgets charged and marrupdated: Mon Feb 17 2003 00:01:00

Every once in a while a consumer technology emerges that goes beyond mere clever gadgetry and has the potential to fundamentally alter our habits and lifestyles. Examples: the VCR, the microwave ov...

Fortune: Best of 2002updated: Mon Dec 30 2002 00:01:00

As we bid adieu to 2002--and not a moment too soon!--let's pause to appreciate the products that brightened an otherwise dull year in personal technology. How tedious was 2002? My favorite new prod...

Fortune: Peter Lewis On Technologyupdated: Mon Dec 09 2002 00:01:00

Burn, baby-boomer, burn! Boomers may weep with nostalgia when they see Verbatim's Digital Vinyl CD-R discs, which resemble 45-rpm records. (Youngsters may weep at their ungroovy prices, $12.99 for ...

Fortune: Sony Re-dreams Its Future Its wizards are hatching lovable, Internet-connected gadgets that know you and tend updated: Mon Nov 25 2002 00:01:00

Kunitake Ando is all smiles, as you would expect him to be, given that he presides over what is arguably the world's greatest and (next to Santa's workshop) most legendary toy factory. As president...

Fortune: Canon Takes Aim At Xerox Fujio Mitarai turned his copier company into a lean, competitive machine. Now he's updated: Mon Oct 14 2002 00:01:00

When he ran Canon's North American division, Fujio Mitarai enjoyed playing golf with Jack Welch at the Fairfield Country Club in Connecticut. He liked talking business with the then-CEO of General ...

Fortune: Unwrapture Make both dads and grads happy with the coolest new gizmos and gadgets.updated: Mon Jun 10 2002 00:01:00

Olympus D-40 Zoom On the serious side, Olympus' D-40 Zoom ($699) is a true four-megapixel digital camera with advanced features, like an all-glass lens and a seamless optical-digital zoom that's th...

Fortune: Snap Decision From tiny point-and-shooters to the big shots, new digital cameras are chipping away at film--and updated: Mon Apr 15 2002 00:01:00

On the one hand, it sounds ridiculous to say that film cameras are heading for extinction. Tens of millions of film cameras will be sold this year, compared with seven million or so digital cameras...

Fortune: My Favorite Things Laptops and handhelds and MP3s playing...scanners and speakers and video sharing...game updated: Mon Dec 24 2001 00:01:00

MP3/Audio player: Apple iPOD

Fortune: Hotshotupdated: Mon Oct 29 2001 00:01:00

Nikon's new Coolpix 775 point-and-shoot digital camera is a marvel of big-picture quality in a small, lightweight package that's easy to carry around. Although it lacks some of the more advanced fe...

Fortune: Flashy Update Nikon CoolPix 995updated: Mon Sep 03 2001 00:01:00

We loved the Nikon CoolPix 990 digital camera for its innovative swiveling-lens design, its impressive 3.34-megapixel image quality, and its nice balance of point-and-shoot simplicity (for beginnin...

Fortune: Cool Supplies Heading off to school? We've done the homework, stocking a Barnard dorm room with an honor roll of updated: Mon Aug 13 2001 00:01:00

Attention, class. School hasn't even started yet, and already you have to answer some tough questions when it comes to technology. Yes, you need a computer at college, but which one? Windows or Mac...

Fortune: Bytes! Camera! Action! With the right PC, software, and digital videocam, consumers can pursue big-screen dreams updated: Mon Mar 19 2001 00:01:00

FADE IN: This month's Academy Awards will celebrate the magic of moviemaking. Shortly thereafter, barring an unexpected settlement, the film industry will shout "Cut!" as actors and writers go on s...

Money Magazine: The Goods Two-in-one electronics gadgets are the rage. Some of them actually make sense... ....some need a updated: Thu Mar 01 2001 00:01:00

From Swiss Army Knives to peanut butter and jelly in a single jar, there's a long and happy tradition of merging several products into one. So it's no surprise that electronics makers have taken to...

Fortune: Pretty As A Picture Digital cameras--finally!--have gotten better, cheaper, and easier to use. Get snappy with updated: Mon Jan 22 2001 00:01:00

Early adopters of digital cameras often became surly adopters. That's because the first models were expensive and rarely performed as well as those $10 disposable cameras sold in drugstores. But in...

Money Magazine: Camera Lucidity Here are five great cameras, both digital and--for the best values--traditional 35mm.updated: Sat Jul 01 2000 00:01:00

Digital, digital, digital. When it comes to cameras, it's all you hear about these days. Yes, it is amazing that you can see your photos instantly and then delete the ones that make you look...well...

Fortune: Point, Click, Shoot...Score! What can digital photography do for you? In short, everything you've ever wupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

It's time for the family picnic--time to do your duty. While everyone else is eating, drinking, and generally having a great time, you take photos. On Monday you drop the film at the drugstore; on ...

Fortune: The Industry Rankingsupdated: Mon Oct 11 1999 00:01:00

To complete this list of the world's most admired companies, FORTUNE consulted a select group of experts--senior executives and outside board members of companies in each of the industries included...

Money Magazine: Point, Shoot, Toss Yes, single-use cameras are convenient. And they now take great pictures as well.updated: Thu Jul 01 1999 00:01:00

First things first: Do not call these cameras "disposable." True, you buy one pre-loaded with film, hand over the whole contraption to the shop that's developing your photos and never see the camer...

Fortune: Where Companies Rank Within Their Industriesupdated: Mon Oct 26 1998 00:01:00

To select the world's most admired companies, FORTUNE went straight to those in the know: senior executives and outside directors in each industry, plus financial analysts who earn their living com...

Money Magazine: Getting the point: Five good buys in easy-to-use camerasupdated: Sun Mar 01 1998 00:01:00

Buying an easy-to-use camera ought to be a snap. But walk into a photo shop and you'll see that it just isn't so: There are more than 250 point-and-shoot models available, ranging in price from les...

Fortune: Can Canon Keep Clicking? The Japanese photo and printer giant is on a roll. But it must find new ways to compete in a wired worlupdated: Mon Feb 02 1998 00:01:00

Canon is unlike any other Japanese company. It never established keiretsu-style relationships with suppliers or a main bank. Its chairman, Ryuzaburo Kaku, is a born iconoclast, best known in Japan ...

Fortune: THE BIG PICTURE, AND HOW TO GET IT PICKING A SIMPLE-TO-USE CAMERA HAS NEVER BEEN MORE COMPLICATED. THE TRICK IS TO STAY FOCUSED.updated: Mon Dec 08 1997 00:01:00

Anyone interested in buying a camera these days will quickly figure out that there's good news and bad news in store. On the one hand, there are a lot of options out there. On the other hand, there...

Fortune: Digital Imaging New cameras and software bring photography into the computer age.updated: Mon Dec 01 1997 00:01:00

Whether freezing a moment in sports history or capturing a child's first birthday, photography has long relied on chemical technology to capture an image on film. Now, photography is undergoing its...

Fortune: WHAT'S AILING KODAK? FUJI WHILE THE U.S. GIANT WAS SLEEPING, THE JAPANESE FILM COMPANY CUT PRICES, MARKETED AGGRESSIVELY, AND NOupdated: Mon Oct 27 1997 00:01:00

As if Kodak's George Fisher didn't have enough problems. Over the past few weeks, his earnings tanked, his stock self-destructed, and he has been forced to announce layoffs numbering in the thousan...

Fortune: DIGITAL IMAGING HAD BETTER BOOM BEFORE KODAK FILM BUSTS CEO GEORGE FISHER HAD A GREAT FIRST YEAR, BUT THE updated: Mon May 01 1995 00:01:00

Like a snapshot, Eastman Kodak long appeared frozen in time. The world's premier marketer of memories on photographic film and paper seemed a perfect fit for, say, 1958, the year Perry Como recorde...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Oct 07 1991 00:01:00

HIGHLIGHT PRINTER Liven up those drab forms and reports. The Xerox 4850 Highlight Color Laser Printing System is the first printer to produce color documents in one pass, pumping out 50 pages per m...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Jul 01 1991 00:01:00

PORTABLE CD-ROM Whoever said you can't take it with you hasn't seen Sony's mini CD-ROM technology. CD-ROM, or compact disk read-only memory, packs thousands of pages of information on laser-optical...

Fortune: THE NEW LOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY The transition from film to electronic imaging seems sure to excite consumers and create fast-growinupdated: Mon Jul 01 1991 00:01:00

HOLD ON to your lens caps, shutterbugs. A storm of technological innovations and new products is gathering over the world of photography. When it breaks sometime in the 1990s, it will blow away muc...

Fortune: DESIGN THAT SELLS AND SELLS AND . . . After years of ferocious competition on price and quality, many companies believe superiorupdated: Mon Mar 11 1991 00:01:00

REEBOK HAD a terrific idea: a basketball sneaker with inflatable air cushions for better ankle support. But the idea had a problem: how to inflate the air bags? Some at Reebok suggested an ugly box...

Fortune: 500,000 PAGES ON ONE ERASABLE DISK Optical platters do wonders for computer memory, and now you can update them as easily as a fupdated: Mon Jan 02 1989 00:01:00

IMAGINE A NEW FORM of information storage that would hold encyclopedic amounts of data but could slip into a personal computer or workstation as easily as a floppy disk does -- and could be erased ...

Money Magazine: Digital Dilemmas In which MONEY offers some opinionated guidance on the purchase of stereo TVs, VCRs and other things that go beupdated: Tue Dec 01 1987 00:01:00

If flakes of silicon are swirling about your head like snow during the final frenzy of holiday shopping, welcome to the blundering herd. Digital dilemmas! Electronic enigmas! Big-ticket blues! The ...

Fortune: HOW POLAROID FLASHED BACK What can a company do to rebound from midlife crisis? Just ask this picture-in-a-minute pioneer. It haupdated: Mon Feb 16 1987 00:01:00

POLAROID is pouring champagne, and with good reason. The 50-year-old company is recovering from a serious midlife crisis. Consumers had grown disenchanted with instant photography, and Polaroid sal...

Fortune: KODAK SCRAMBLES TO REFOCUS The folks at the yellow box factory are trying to cut costs and find new products. They're going outsupdated: Mon Mar 03 1986 00:01:00

SO FAR 1986 has brought only embarrassment for Eastman Kodak. On January 9, a federal judge in Washington ordered the company out of the instant-photography business for violating seven Polaroid pa...

Fortune: Sony's tiny home video cameraupdated: Mon Jun 24 1985 00:01:00

Without claiming that it's better than Beta, Sony Corp. introduced a new line of 8-mm video cameras and recorders aimed at the home market. The new Sony product is the smallest and lightest sound-e...

Fortune: SONY BATTLES BACK Buoyed by record profits, the company that invented the VCR--then lost out to rivals--shows it can still crankupdated: Mon Apr 15 1985 00:01:00

SONY CHAIRMAN Akio Morita bounded from his Mercedes, tilted his head back, and looked up at the huge Sony television screen overhead, about half the size of an American football field and bubbling ...

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