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TDK research shows computer users don't back up

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-29 08:30:00
TDK research shows computer users don't back up : In research launched today TDK reveals that while 87% of computer users take the time to transfer their digital photos to their home computers, nearly half of them don’t bother to back them up. Millions of treasured memories are therefore at risk from computer crashes and viruses. People are taking more and more photos with digital cameras, not just of a friend’s wedding, summer holiday or child’s graduation, but every aspect of our lives is becoming chronicled digitally. Photographers may be snap-happy now, but many are risking losing all these memories because they fail to back them up. TDK is calling to digital camera owners to face the threat of Digital Wipeout.


MobileMag reviews the PQI mPack P800 video player

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-28 05:50:00
MobileMag reviews the PQI mPack P800 video player : The mPack P800 video player features a 40GB hard drive, in which you are able to store up to 160 hours of video or 10,000 MP3 songs - with an even larger 80GB hard drive available - along with live FM stereo reception, a Personal Information Management System (PIMS) and more, mPack P800 is the ideal media companion for today’s media lover or business professional on the go. As a storage/playback platform, mPack P800 enables users to play entertainment from its hard disk drive over a home TV or home theater system; audio/video is rendered in DVD quality. The mobile imaging web site MobileMag has reviewed the PQI mPack P800 Portable Video Player!


Fujifilm Roadshow 2005 in six locations

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 19:30:00
Fujifilm Roadshow 2005 in six locations : In a series of roadshows across Germany, Fujifilm wish to generate with sales partners a taste for the Christmas trade. After all, the market for photography and image communication is one of the few growth markets in Germany. In six regions (Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf/Neuss, Mainz, Stuttgart/Ludwigsburg, Munich) there will be an overview of the current offerings in the area of photo and image communication, digital cameras and storage media, paper, print solutions, film, QuickSnap, Frontier series digital minilabs and terminals for picture ordering. System solutions from different areas of visualization and from other companies of the Fujifilm group will be presented.


SanDisk chooses Treo smartphones with GoodLink

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 15:51:12
SanDisk chooses Treo Smartphones with GoodLink : Palm, Inc. announced that SanDisk has chosen Treo 600 and Treo 650 smartphones running GoodLink for access to email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks for 225 select employees in the United States, Asia, Europe and Israel. With 150 Treo smartphones already deployed, this mobile communications solution gives SanDisk executives, sales, IT and operations staff global access to cell phone service and email on a single device. SanDisk is the world's largest supplier of flash memory data-storage card products. As a fast-growing global company, real-time communication and collaboration among employees is both a challenge and a necessity.


Lets Go Digital

Mark Peters : 2005-07-27 14:00:00
Lets Go Digital Online Magazine, founded in 2001, is a multi-lingual website about Digital Imaging. Thanks to the great respect and big appreciation we got from the Industry we have managed to become one of the Top websites in Digital Imaging. Designed and maintained by professional web specialists, photographers and journalists, Lets Go Digital provides her readers with the most comprehensive, informative, and up-to-date digital imaging information anywhere available. And all this in your own language, Lets Go Digital features four language editions: English, French, Spanish and Dutch. The editions are maintained separately, with editors in each country, all controlled and coordinated from the Headquarter in the Netherlands.


Sony opens mobile electronics technology center

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-24 18:10:56
Sony opens mobile electronics technology center : Sony Electronics unveiled its newly relocated Mobile Electronics Technology Center (METC) at its corporate headquarters in San Diego. The METC is a preeminent installation facility used to test Sony's in-car entertainment products, conduct installations for Sony's show vehicles and provide support to all of its authorized dealers. "The Mobile Electronics Technology Center allows Sony to stay in touch with the car audio market and helps us deliver real-time support to our Xplod dealers across the United States," says Andrew Sivori, general manager of Sony's Mobile Electronics division. "With the METC, Sony can continually develop and evaluate products for our customer."


Shutterfly Picture Management made easier

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-24 17:15:00
Shutterfly Picture Management made easier : Shutterfly, PC Magazine's "Editors' Choice for best photo-printing service," today announced multiple enhancements to its already "extremely easy navigation," including a customized viewing experience, a new picture "film strip," ability to mark "favorite" pictures and powerful new search functionality. Designed to help customers keep their collections of digital images organized, these new ways to view and find pictures make the Shutterfly service even more intuitive and faster to use. Customizable "small, medium or large" picture views give Shutterfly members the option to visually scan through all photos within an album at one time or see 12 larger thumbnail photos per album page.


DigIT Panasonic Lumix FZ30 review

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-23 13:40:10
DigIT Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 review : Our good friend Kai Thon from the Norwegian based DigIT.no, and one of the founders of DIWA Awards, previewed the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 digital camera. This new model, just announced a couple of days ago, is the follow-up of the Panasonic Lumix FZ20 model and features a number of modifications resulting in a better performance and more comfort. Among the modifications are separate rings for manual zoom and focus, better wide angle and a f11 minimum aperture. Last week Kai Thon was invited by Panasonic at a press event in Sicily, Italy, where he learned more about the new Panasonic Lumix digital cameras that were introduced some days ago.






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