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Camera Phone scan and fax technology


Mark Peters : 2006-03-14 01:11:00
Camera Phone scan and fax technology : scanR launched a service that enables camera phones & digital cameras to scan, copy and fax. Using scanR is as simple as taking a photo with a camera phone or digital camera and emailing it to scanR. The service cleans photos of whiteboards and documents, automatically tags the keywords, and delivers the results as a PDF file in email or as a fax. scanR uses advanced image processing technology to overcome common digital imaging challenges such as low lighting, shadows, blurring, and skewed orientation in order to provide consistently high-quality results in a wide range of conditions. This allows people to get an exact copy of their information, quickly & easily, using the devices they carry.


Fritz Mini telephone and music player from AVM


Mark Peters : 2006-03-14 01:00:00
Fritz Mini telephone with music player from AVM : At CeBIT 2006 in Hannover Germany, AVM presents the first appearance of Fritz! Mini, a novel handheld device with a cordless connection to Fritz!Box. Fritz! Mini combines a cordless telephone, a digital music player, and personalized online info in a cellphone-sized home device. Its attractive shell houses the finest in technology: a high-resolution color display, ergonomically designed control and function keys, 802.11g WLAN, and a USB 2.0 connection. Fritz! Mini dials Internet and landline calls with a whole new level of convenience. As a cordless music player, Fritz! Mini receives music, podcasts and other audio streams over the Internet or from the PC. Fritz!


CAP-XX Brite Flash Power Architecture for Camphones


Mark Peters : 2006-03-11 17:40:00
CAP-XX Brite Flash Power Architecture for Camera phones CAP-XX announced its BriteFlash power architecture to provide LED flash camera phones with enough light to produce high-resolution images. Some phone manufacturers have experimented with long flash exposure times to compensate for low-light problems, which then result in blurry digital photographs. CAP-XX's BriteFlash architecture provides enough flash power to eliminate both dark and blurry digital photos using high-capacitance (0.4 to 1 farad), low equivalent-series-resistance (less than 100 milliohms), thin (1 to 3 millimeters) prismatic supercapacitors to support a battery and deliver the pulse power to drive an LED to full light intensity.


Samsung B600 10 Megapixel phone


Mark Peters : 2006-03-09 20:15:00
Samsung B600 10 Megapixel phone : Samsung introduced a 10 Megapixel camera phone at the CeBIT 2006 in Hannover, Germany. The new Samsung 10 Megapixel mobile phone boasts the highest picture resolution for a camera phone ever made and it even exceeds the resolution of mid-end digital cameras. The Samsung camera phone also has a Bluetooth wireless headset, which can be used as a remote control. "The Samsung 10 Megapixel camera phone belongs to a different level with other camera phones", said Lee Ki-tae, chief of Samsung’s mobile phone business. Samsung was the first company to introduce a camera phone in the world. And we will continue to bring mobile imaging products with more advanced optical technologies.


Samsung i310 hard drive mobile phone


Mark Peters : 2006-03-07 00:32:00
Samsung i310 : Samsung breaks the storage limit in mobile phones by introducing the world's first mobile phone equipped with a 8GB hard disk drive; the Samsung SGH-i310 with a storage of 8GB, SGH-i310 will change the way people manage and use mobile phones. Samsung is the first to adopt a hard disk drive into mobile phones and has launched 3 models equipped with a hard disk drive; the world's first 1.5GB HDD embedded phone (Samsung SPH-V5400), the 3GB HDD embedded phone (Samsung SCH-V7900) and the 3GB HDD Music smartphone (Samsung SGH-i300). The Samsung i310 works as a perfect platform for users by combining a phone, a digital camera, and an MP3 player with its large storage capacity. It enables users to carry around 2,000 songs.


Sony Ericsson Cybershot K790


Mark Peters : 2006-02-28 21:15:22
Sony Ericsson Cybershot K790 mobile camera phone : Sony Ericsson takes digital imaging in camera phones to new heights today with the launch of the Sony Ericsson K790 mobile camera phone, the first handset to carry the Cyber-shot brand, a true mark of imaging quality. The Sony Ericsson Cybershot K790 is a highly capable mobile phone with an integrated 3.2 Megapixel digital camera with Autofocus, Xenon flash and BestPic - Sony Ericsson’s unique imaging technology that allows you to capture exactly the moment you desire. The Sony Ericsson K790 mobile camera phone combines advanced image capture capabilities with high speed data transfer, making it the perfect tool for shooting and sharing high quality pictures and videos.


Sony Ericsson K510


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-28 21:10:00
Sony Ericsson K510 mobile camera phone : The new K510 mobile camera phone from Sony Ericsson announced today makes it far easier to take good quality snapshots while out and about, store them as pocket albums in the phone or share with friends and family. The affordable 1.3 Megapixel K510 handset combines good quality digital photography with simple operation to create albums, search for pictures by timeline and send them on by MMS, infrared or email. The Sony Ericsson K510 camera phone makes perfect partners for the everyday connected lifestyle. The Sony Ericsson K510 is a Triple Band GPRS handset and starts shipping globally during Q2 2006. Variations are: K510i, K510c and the K510a mobile camera phone.


Sony Ericsson K310


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-28 21:05:00
Sony Ericsson K310 mobile camera phone : The new K310 mobile camera phone from Sony Ericsson announced today makes it far easier to take good quality snapshots while out and about, store them as pocket albums in the phone or share with friends and family. The affordable K310 handset combines good quality digital photography with simple operation to create albums, search for pictures by timeline and send them on by MMS, infrared or email. The Sony Ericsson K310 camera phone makes perfect partners for the everyday connected lifestyle. The Sony Ericsson K310 is a Triple Band GPRS handset commercially available in Misty Silver and Shadow Blue colours and Style Up covers are available. The K310 camera phone starts shipping during Q2 2006.


Sony Ericsson Z530


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-28 21:00:00
Sony Ericsson Z530 mobile camera phone : The new Z530 Clamshell mobile camera phone from Sony Ericsson announced today make it far easier to take good quality snapshots while out and about, store them as pocket albums in the phone or share with friends and family. The affordable Z530 Clamshell handset combines good quality digital photography with simple operation to create albums, search for pictures by timeline and send them on by MMS, infrared or email. The Sony Ericsson Z530 Clamshell camera phone makes perfect partners for the everyday connected lifestyle. The Sony Ericsson Z530 is a Triple Band GPRS clamshell commercially available in Chromic Grey, Soft Black and Elegant Red and Style Up covers are also available from Q2 2006.


Varioptic Arctic 320 Liquid Lens for camera phones


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 17:40:00
Varioptic Arctic 320 Liquid Lens for camera phones : Varioptic, the liquid lens company, today announced the general availability of the Arctic 320 liquid lens, which is the industry’s first and only multi mega-pixel, auto-focus, liquid lens for camera phones. Varioptic will showcase the Arctic 320 Camera phone liquid lens during 3GSM Congress, Barcelona. Varioptic’s Arctic 320 liquid lens changes shape automatically without mechanical aid. Acting much like the human eye, it uses electricity to change the focus of the lens by altering the border between two drops of liquid. Varioptic’s patented “electrowetting” technology provides several advantages over traditional lenses, in terms of size, cost, speed and quality.


SXGA camera module for mobile phones


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-25 16:45:00
Single-chip SXGA camera module for mobile phones : STMicroelectronics, a world leader in CMOS imaging technology and the largest supplier of camera modules for mobile phones in 2005, has introduced its latest single-chip 1.3-Megapixel (SXGA) camera subsystem for high-volume mobile applications. Integrating a CMOS sensor with a digital image processor and analog system functions in a tiny package, ST's VS6624 meets customer requirements for cost-effective, all-in-one mobile imaging solutions with maximum design-in flexibility. Engineering samples are available now, with the volume production scheduled for the end of Q1 06. Unit pricing is $8.50 in quantities up to 50,000 pieces.


Camera & Camcorder phone market peaks in 2007


Mark Peters : 2006-02-24 19:28:00
Camera & Camcorder phone market reaches peak by 2007 : Research and Markets has announced the addition of Multi-Megapixel Camera and Camcorder Phones in its latest market report. The End of the Beginning to their offering Phones with the ability to take images, both still and video, have captured about 40% of the wireless phone market. Despite the products' popularity, many camera phone users want higher resolution, the ability to use storage media, and many of the state-of-the-art features found in modern digital cameras. These desires, plus the fact that many users already have a high-resolution digital camera, lead us to forecast that the North American market for camera and camcorder phones will peak in 2007.


M-SIM cards for mobile phones


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 19:10:00
M-SIM MegaSIM cards for mobile market : M-Systems, a leader in smart personal storage, and its subsidiary smart card company, Microelectronica, today announced their expanded 2006 M-SIM product roadmap including the M.MAR series of 2G and 3G SIM cards and the MegaSIM series of high-density SIM cards. As the first part of the new offering, the companies further announced today the planned availability of 512 megabytes M-SIM MegaSIM series SIM cards for pilots with mobile network operators (MNOs) in Q2 2006 and planned commercial availability in Q3 2006. 1 gigabyte M-SIM MegaSIM series SIM cards are planned for rollout by the end of 2006.


TransChip CMOS camera module for phones at 3GSM


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 16:25:00
TransChip CMOS camera module for phones at 3GSM : TransChip, a leading developer of integrated camera solutions for camera phones, announced that it will demonstrate a variety of auto-focus and optical zoom AlgoCam TC7040 camera solutions at 3GSM World Congress this coming week in Barcelona, in Hall 2, booth E09/E10. TransChip's new auto focus and optical zoom features enable camera phones to achieve the same performance and picture quality that, to date, has only been attainable with digital still cameras. The company recently announced the release of its second generation fully programmable, CMOS camera module, the TC7040, which offers exceptional color sensitivity in low lighting conditions.


InterVideo 8-megapixel camera phone at 3GSM


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 16:20:00
InterVideo 8-megapixel camera phone at 3GSM : InterVideo announced today that it will showcase the next-generation 8-megapixel camera phone from Xcute Mobile Corporation during the 3GSM World Congress Show, held in Barcelona. Well-known for its superior codec technology, InterVideo's patented codec algorithm enables consumers to record high-quality video clips without the jerkiness typical of handheld video cameras. Users will also be able to enjoy playback of crisp and clear picture quality of their recorded video clips with ease. InterVideo has been a long-time partner of Xcute, an innovative mobile phone design company based in Taiwan, since the development of their previous DV1 and DV2 cell phones.


ArcSoft FunnyFace for mobile phones


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 16:10:00
ArcSoft FunnyFace for mobile phones : ArcSoft Inc. today releases its ArcSoft FunnyFace product for mobile phones. It is built on ArcSoft's patent-pending face detection and recognition algorithms. It can automatically detect human faces in photos and lets users change the faces' expression to create hilarious new images based on the original. The software is available for licensing to multiple handset OEMs and Service Providers around the world and is already shipping on over a million of handsets. With a fully automated process and graphical user interface, the application utilizes sophisticated facial recognition, feature recognition and face morphing, while still offering an easy and fun user experience on the mobile phone.


Kodak mobile imaging technology at 3GSM 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 15:25:00
Kodak mobile imaging technology at 3GSM 2006 : At 3GSM 2006, Kodak will demonstrate technology innovations that provide a mobile imaging infrastructure to network operators and handset manufacturers. Joint demonstrations with Texas Instruments, Motorola and Skype, will show how consumers can realise the potential of pictures on their handsets and help them to easily take, share and print good quality photographs from camera phones. Sandra Morris, General Manager, Consumer Imaging Services, Eastman Kodak Company, said, "Kodak is committed to developing great products and services that unlock images from the mobile phone and at 3GSM we are showing the full range of innovative technology to demonstrate how the industry can meet consumer demands."


Radar mobile service to share camera phone pictures


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 06:50:00
Radar mobile service to share camera phone pictures : Today at DEMO 2006, Tiny Pictures announces Radar, a new mobile service that enables fast and simple sharing of camera phone pictures among friends. The service is available for most mobile phones and computer browsers, and allows invited friends to share and comment on each other's pictures instantly. By dramatically improving the ease with which consumers can share pictures, and ensuring users know exactly who can see their pictures, Radar ushers in a entirely new kind of photography not just photo sharing, but stream-of-consciousness experience sharing, said Tiny Pictures founder and CEO John Poisson, former head of mobile media research and design groups for Sony in Tokyo.


Mercury portable hard disk from OWC


Mark Peters : 2006-02-24 06:30:00
Mercury portable hard disk from OWC : At the 2006 Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, Other World Computing (OWC) gave an advanced preview of the highest capacity, fastest speed portable storage solution on the market, offering the newly engineered Mercury On-The-Go Pro Series 800/400+USB2 in an under 12-ounce design with an unparallel 160GB storage capacity and running speed of 5,400 RPM. OWC was scheduled to introduce the unmatched 2.5 inch, 160GB drive in early second quarter 2006 but instead shocked the technology industry by previewing the design prior to the CES in Las Vegas, with the unit's official premier and immediate availability to the public at the Macworld Conference and Expo.


Samsung i300 mobile phone supports Cornice HDD


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 06:00:00
Samsung i300 mobile phone supported by Cornice HDD storage : Cornice Inc., an innovator in consumer storage solutions, announced in January that Samsung has included the 3.0-gigabyte Storage Element (SE) in the production of its SGH-i300 embedded music smartphone. The phone was announced during CeBIT 2005 and is available on retail shelves for European customers as of November 2005. This phone is aimed at bringing audio, video, personal storage, and traditional voice communications together in one device. Cornice will provide for Samsung's line of high storage capacity mobile phones. Previous models include the SPH-V5400, with a 1.5-gigabyte Cornice SE, and the SPH-V7900 video camera phone, with a 3.0-gigabyte Cornice SE.






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