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Record revenue Adobe

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-28 11:03:00
Record revenue Adobe : Adobe Systems Incorporated reported financial results for its second quarter of fiscal 2007 ended June 1, 2007. Adobe achieved record revenue of $745.6 million, compared to $635.5 million reported for the second quarter of fiscal 2006 and $649.4 million reported in the first quarter of fiscal 2007. This represents 17 percent year-over-year revenue growth. Adobe’s second quarter revenue target range was $700 to $740 million. “Q2 was a strong quarter, driven by the record performance of both our Creative Suite products and Acrobat,” said Bruce Chizen, chief executive officer of Adobe. “Assuming continued business momentum, we expect to exceed our original fiscal year revenue and profit targets.”


GE digital cameras distributed by Synnex Canada

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-28 09:02:00
GE digital cameras distributed by Synnex Canada : General Imaging, the worldwide exclusive licensee for the new line of GE-branded digital still cameras, announced that Synnex Canada Limited, will be an authorized distributor for the new line. General Imaging has begun shipping the stylish new camera line to Synnex Canada, a leading provider of diversified IT products, solutions and other consumer electronics across Canada. Cameras should be available to resellers by next week. “Synnex Canada is well established and enjoys a very loyal customer base of retailers and resellers in Canada. We are confident in Synnex Canada’s ability to drive our products to market,” said Hiroshi “Hugh” Komiya, Chairman and CEO of General Imaging.


DTV interface standard

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-28 09:01:00
DTV interface standard : The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)’s Digital Television (DTV) Interface Subcommittee published CEA-761-B, DTV Remodulator Specification with Enhanced OSD Capability, and CEA-CEB5-B, Recommended Practice for DTV Receiver “Monitor” Mode Capability. Together these standards will enable consumers to easily set-up and control a digital television accessory, like a set-top box or digital video recorder (DVR), using their TV screen.


Stock photography Fotolia V2

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-25 21:22:00
Stock photography Fotolia V2 : Fotolia the first global online marketplace for micro-priced digital stock images, announced the launch of Fotolia V2. This new version offers users both performance and feature enhancement, as well as two new features: a public API and the ability to distribute vector files. "Our improvements have been designed around a combination of user feedback and the team's vision for Fotolia's continued expansion," explains Oleg Tscheltzoff, co-founder and president of Fotolia. "We've implemented changes to the site based on feedback from some of the country's top media buyers and from our community of photographers to ensure the best user experience across the board."


Stock photo site LuckyOliver partnership

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-25 21:20:00
Stock photo site LuckyOliver partnership : Bloggers, graphic designers, students, teachers and others searching for images will now have an additional resource - the growing library of inexpensive, royalty-free images available at LuckyOliver. Through partnership arrangements, LuckyOliver's images will be highlighted in search results at PictureSandbox, Pixsy, and ImageTrail. "We're excited to be able to offer our users more quality photos to choose from for the creative projects," said Dr. Augustine Fou, Founder and CEO of PictureSandbox. "LuckyOliver's collection of photos from semi-professional and professional photographers adds significant value to users looking for stock photos," he added


HP imaging & printing products

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-25 17:21:00
HP imaging & printing products : HP splashes into the summer with hot new products to capture and print memories. HP introduced several imaging and printing products - including nine feature-rich digital cameras, with large touchsceen LCD displays, two versatile single-function Photosmart printers that offer the fastest and easiest way to print lab-quality photos at home and an all-in-one Photosmart printer that can print customized labels directly onto CDs and DVDs - all designed to enable people to make the most of summer memories. Also, HP kicks off a new blog aimed at covering important topics related to inkjet printing in the home and office. For additional information or to check out this blog, visit the web site of HP.


HP Pet-Eye Fix

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-25 17:20:00
HP Pet-Eye Fix : HP explains about its new Pet-Eye Fix technology; Ever since HP introduced its industry leading In-Camera Red-Eye Removal, people have asked, “Can you fix my pet’s glowing eyes too?” Today - the answer is yes! Using HP’s new Pet-Eye Fix - included in select HP R-series cameras for 2007, Pet-Eye fix allows you to easily and quickly correct those pesky pet eyes - right in the camera. Like red-eyes in people, the glow in a pet’s eyes is a reflection of the camera strobe (flash) from the retina at the back of the pet’s eyes. Some animals, especially those with very good night vision like cats, have large pupils and very reflective retinas designed to capture as much light as possible. This means that the flash reflects very brightly from the retina.


HP Steady Photo

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-25 17:19:00
HP Steady Photo Anti-Shake Mode : HP explains about its new Steady Photo technology; HP Steady Photo is an anti-shake capture mode included in the HP Photosmart R967 and R827 digital cameras. Using a combination HP image processing and capture settings, HP Steady Photo helps you to take sharp and clear pictures under lower light without motion blur due to either camera shake or subject motion. Motion blur happens when either the camera itself, or the subjects of a photograph, move during the exposure. Motion blur is a problem when lower light levels cause the camera to use longer exposure time or when the subject or camera is moving quickly.






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