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Fuji Hunt becomes Fujifilm Europe


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-17 22:34:00
Fuji Hunt becomes Fujifilm Europe : Fuji Hunt Photographic Chemicals N.V (“Fuji Hunt”) in Sint Niklaas, Belgium has become Fujifilm Europe NV consolidating Fuji Hunt’s European sales and corporate services activities. Fuji Hunt’s manufacturing activities will be consolidated in a separate company. Fujifilm Europe NV becomes the Fujifilm group’s operative European headquarters working closely with Fujifilm Europe GmbH, for the chemicals used with Fujifilm media consumables and wide-format inkjet products. On top of solution development and product marketing, distribution channels synergy will be created already shown as the Fuji Hunt activities in France, Germany, Italy and the UK are being integrated into the business.


SanDisk second place in Madcap Shopping Spree


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-17 21:57:00
SanDisk second place in Madcap Shopping Spree : Displaying their trademark competitive spirit as well as their holiday spirit, executives from six prominent Silicon Valley companies, including SanDisk CEO Eli Harari, raced through the aisles of a local Target store on Friday in a frenzied 20-minute shopping spree to scoop up gifts for underprivileged children. The event was the second annual CEO Shopping Challenge sponsored by The Family Giving Tree, a charitable organization. Harari and a posse of SanDisk vice-presidents filled up more than 50 shopping carts, chalking up $34,241 worth of presents and earning SanDisk second place in the gift-raising event, which benefits children in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Rock legend photobook for wounded military personnel


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-17 21:55:00
Rock legend photobook for wounded military personnel : Some of rock and roll’s greatest performers are captured in a collection by renowned photographer Neal Preston. Eastman Kodak Company is supporting the exhibit by printing a commemorative softcover book of Preston’s photographs using its Nexpress digital printing technology. The book serves both as a catalog to spur print sales and as part of an invitation package sent to VIP guests for a private opening. All profits from the opening night print sales will benefit a new recovery program for wounded U.S. military personnel. Preston’s exhibit at the new Morrison Hotel Gallery kicked off on Nov. 9 with an invitation-only VIP fundraiser to benefit the Stevie Nicks Soldier’s Angel Foundation.


Holiday season safety gifts


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-17 21:51:00
Holiday season safety gifts : Californians get frequent reminders of their need to prepare against fire, flood and earthquake, and the holiday season provides the opportunity to help them do something about it. New technologies and products can help make giving the gift of safety fun, welcome and useful. "Last year, a friend gave me a solar-charged flashlight-radio as a "joke" gift, but it's no joke. This year, that flashlight is a central part of my household emergency kit," said Candysse Miller, executive director of the Insurance Information Network of California. "People take delight in gifts they will need and use." “Dialing while driving is a distraction that can be dangerous, just like eating or fumbling with the radio dial.”


Leica STED microscope


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 19:10:00
Leica STED microscope : Professor Stephan Hell, Director of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, was presented with the prestigious German Future Award by Federal President Horst Köhler. This annual technology and innovation award, which was conferred for the tenth time this year, has a cash value of 250,000 Euro and is given in recognition of projects that not only have revolutionary implications for science but are also ready for marketing. Professor Hell received the Future Award for inventing STED microscopy. (STED stands for “stimulated emission depletion”.) The patented STED technique has been licensed to Leica Microsystems, which is developing STED microscopy into a user-friendly instrument.


Kodak Nascar motorsports sponsorship 2007


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 19:04:00
Kodak Nascar motorsports sponsorship 2007 : Kodak will compete for the checkered flag in the 2007 Nascar Nextel Cup Series as primary sponsor of the No. 12 Dodge Charger driven by Ryan Newman at three major races. Kodak will also sponsor Newman's car in seven Nascar Busch Series races next year, and will be an associate sponsor of Penske Racing's IndyCar Series entries driven by two-time Indy 500 champion Helio Castroneves and 2006 Indy 500 winner and three-time IndyCar Series Champion Sam Hornish, Jr. "Our 2007 racing sponsorship program with Penske Racing will boost our brand visibility," said Kodak's Gregory T. Walker, director and vice president, Presence Marketing and Multicultural Marketing, Corporate Marketing Office.


Syntax-Brillian completes acquisition of Vivitar


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 18:40:00
Syntax-Brillian completes acquisition of Vivitar : Syntax-Brillian Corporation, a manufacturer and marketer of LCD and LCoS HDTVs and digital entertainment products, announced that it has completed its acquisition of Vivitar Corporation, an Oxnard, California-based leader in the design, development and marketing of photographic, optical, electronic and digital imaging products. As noted in a press release of October 30, 2006, the acquisition gives Syntax-Brillian full ownership over all Vivitar assets and the company's significant intellectual property portfolio. Vivitar will be operated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Syntax-Brillian. Syntax-Brillian expects to leverage Vivitar's existing distribution channels to create new outlets.


Google Checkout online holiday shopping survey


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 18:08:00
Google online holiday shopping survey : Cyber Monday is expected to draw another record crowd of online shoppers this year, as people log on after spending the holiday weekend fighting the crowds and browsing through stores. According to a new survey conducted by Harris Interactive and commissioned by Google Checkout, 40% of employed U.S. adults say they'll be doing at least some of their online holiday shopping from work this year, with 1 in 4 of those shoppers logging on to track down that perfect gift. Trying to squeeze online holiday shopping into already busy schedules, shoppers will be looking for even more speed and convenience this year. For the holidays, Google Checkout will also be offering users a variety of promotions.


MP3 players and gaming devices perfect holiday gift


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 18:02:00
MP3 players and gaming devices perfect holiday gift : MP3 players continue to reign at the top of teens' holiday wish lists, just above video game systems, according to the 3rd Annual Teen Holiday Survey. Portable gaming devices, computers and cell phones round out the top five consumer electronics devices teens are asking for this holiday season. "This will mark yet another strong year in the growing phenomenon of portable digital audio devices, especially among the teen market," said Sean Wargo, CEA's director of industry analysis. "In fact, CEA expects more than 33 million units of MP3 devices will ship this year." The percentage of teens wanting a portable digital audio device, has doubled, rising from 8 percent to 16 percent.


Kodak photo gifts survey


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 13:10:00
Kodak photo gifts survey : As people look for the perfect holiday card to send and gift to give this season, it’s often the simple photo that touches people’s heart the most. More than half of consumers prefer receiving personalized photo greeting cards, with 84 percent saving those cards from family and friends, according to a survey conducted by Eastman Kodak Company. Also, more than one-third of consumers consider a personalized photo calendar the best “gift from the heart.” Recipients treasure photographs because they create connections. More than 90 percent of people believe that sharing experiences through photographs helps them bond with others. A nearly identical amount feel that it’s important to take photographs.


Celestron Skyscout telescope with GPS technology


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 13:06:00
Celestron Skyscout telescope with GPS technology : Telescopes has announced that the demand for Celestron’s new SkyScout is nothing short of remarkable. The SkyScout is a hand held device that uses GPS technology to identify more than 6,000 stars, planets and sights in the night sky. According to Fortune Senior Editor Peter Lewis, “Celestron's SkyScout is the best thing to happen to backyard astronomers.” Telescopes Marketing Director Jon Thralow said, “It’s like the Tickle Me Elmo and PlayStation craze but this is for science geeks. The SkyScout is a $399,- item that has sold for more than double that on eBay.” The company will honor all orders without raising prices, but soon will not be able to guarantee delivery before Christmas.


Nokia mobile phones with Yahoo messenger


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 13:00:00
Nokia mobile phones with Yahoo messenger : Nokia and Yahoo! extended their partnership to offer Yahoo! branded services including Yahoo! Mail and Messenger on Nokia’s wide range of mobile phones operating on the Series 40 platform. Yahoo! services will initially be available on the newly announced Nokia 6300, the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic and the Nokia 5200. Moving forward these services and the ability to synchronise Yahoo! contacts, tasks and calendar on the PC and phone will be added to an even wider range of Nokia’s Series 40 devices. Intuitively easy-to use, the Series 40 platform enables a broad range of applications and features, including messaging, browsing, music and video standards as well as personal information management.


PriceRunner Christmas holiday shopping study


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 11:40:00
PriceRunner Christmas holiday shopping study : PriceRunner, the comparison shopping engine owned by ValueClick, Inc., announced the results of their annual Black Friday Shopping Study, and that once again holiday shoppers can easily spend hundreds of dollars more than necessary on popular items from large retailers, despite retailers touting their prices as bargains. The good news in this is that shoppers who missed the Black Friday shopping Specials can still easily save on the most popular holiday products. With the holiday shopping season now in full swing, shopping comparison sites make it easier for consumers to research and compare products and prices from several leading merchants side-by-side.


Nikon C1 microscope with controlled light exposure


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 11:38:00
Nikon C1 microscope with controlled light exposure : Nikon, a leader in the development of advanced optical technology, announced an exclusive new component for the Nikon C1 Confocal Microscope system that allows Controlled Light Exposure Microscopy (CLEM). The control unit uses ultra-fast electronics to reduce specimen photo bleaching and photo toxicity while expanding the confocal unit's range. "Nikon's CLEM system extends cell life so researchers have more time to observe and record their experiments," said Stan Schwartz, vice president, Nikon Instruments. "When combined with the C1 confocal microscope, users have a single instrument which can be used for the widest possible range of live cell imaging applications."


eMusic music download for Kingston


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-09 11:36:00
eMusic music download for Kingston : Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, announced it is working with eMusic, the world's largest retailer of independent music and the world's no. 2 digital music service, to offer consumers a special download promotion that introduces a cornucopia of songs from independent artists to the growing global community of mobile phone consumers on the Kingston Mobile Phone Village. "One of the best methods to enjoy snackable content on a digital device is listening to music. "By signing up for a free eMusic trial, visitors to the Kingston Mobile Phone Village can browse through a multitude of great songs and download up to 50 free titles," added Lecot.


Sony Ericsson highest customer satisfaction


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-04 18:36:00
Mobile phone customer satisfaction study : The Reported Handset Purchase Price Has Increased, as Recently Introduced Models Generate Higher Price Points. Sony Ericsson ranks highest in satisfying customers who have owned their current mobile phone for less than two years, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2006 U.S. The study measures customers' satisfaction with their wireless handsets based on five key performance factors. In order of importance, these are: physical design (24%); operation (22%); features (20%); handset durability (19%); and battery function (15%). Sony Ericsson receives the highest ratings from customers in handset durability, and also performs particularly well in features and battery functionality.


Nikon FN1 Multipatch microscope


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-04 17:34:00
Nikon FN1 Multipatch microscope : Nikon Instruments Inc., announces the debut of the next generation of the FN1 microscope for neuroscience and electrophysiology applications. The Nikon FN1 Multipatch upright focusing nosepiece microscope system is a special purpose configuration that takes advantage of the unique properties of the "One Lens Solution" CFI75 16X water dipping objective. The objective has a large field of view of 2.0mm and a numerical aperture of 0.80 while having a very long working distance of 3.0mm and a microinjection angle of 45 degrees. This combination of optical attributes forms the basis of using one objective that never moves with the ability of imaging a large field of view.


Nikon AZ100 microscope


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-04 17:32:00
Nikon AZ100 multizoom microscope : Nikon Instruments Inc., announced a new solution for macro imaging applications for biomedical and industrial markets. The Nikon AZ100 microscope is a macro/micro high performance microscope system that provides capabilities that don't currently exist with stereo zoom microscopes and compound high magnification microscopes. Key features of the AZ100 Multizoom include a wide field of view, long working distances and a high resolution capability. A broad range of observation techniques are supported and include EPI/DIA-DIC, DIA-BF & Oblique, EPI-FL, EPI-RL EPI/DIA-Simple POL. The AZ100 has a wide magnification range from 5 to 500x and a unique zooming magnification optical system with a ratio of 8:1.


Nikon Eclipse E100 microscope


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-12-04 17:30:00
Nikon Eclipse E100 microscope : Nikon Instruments Inc., a leader in the development of advanced optical technology, announced the new Eclipse E100 Educational Microscope. The Eclipse E100 is an infinity corrected microscope with a small footprint to fit within tight storage cabinet space. The Eclipse E100 is an upright microscope with outstanding optical performance combined with elegant ergonomic touches. Ideal for education and routine laboratory use, the Eclipse E100 incorporates Nikon's revolutionary CFI optical system with advanced optical specifications. Nikon's CFI objectives excel at correcting both chromatic aberration and curvature of the field of view, plus feature longer working distances and higher numerical apertures.


Camera stabilization with Sanyo gyroscope


Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-26 22:08:00
Camera stabilization with Sanyo gyroscope : InvenSense, announced that Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. has selected its single-chip gyroscope for use in its new generation of digital still camera (DSC) models with image stabilization (IS) features. InvenSense’s IDG-1000 gyroscope family utilizes MEMS technology to provide the world’s only integrated dual-axis solution with the smallest footprint at very competitive prices. As DSCs continue to increase in pixel density and optical zoom range, subtle hand movements become problematic, particularly in low light settings, resulting in poor image quality. Camera manufacturers need high-performance, small form factor gyroscopes to measure and correct natural hand jitter.






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