Monthly Archives: December 2008

Organizers Expect a Smaller CES

With the struggling economy, January’s International CES is expected to be smaller that those of previous years, both in terms of floor space occupied...

CEA Cuts Holiday Forecast

The Consumer Electronics Association earlier this month revised its forecast for the holiday season. CEA reduced its projection for fourth quarter wholesale shipment revenues...

Judge Delays Polaroid Suits

A district court judge in Minneapolis this week ruled against three companies, two of which are LG and Zenith, seeking to sue Polaroid Corp....

IPI Honors Harry Reiter

Harry Reiter, past President of Town and Country Photo Dealers Buying Group (T&C), was honored in a recent Independent Photo Imagers (IPI) dinner in...

Kodak Offers Free App Store Application

Kodak announced this week that it has launched a first-of-its-kind Kodak Gallery iPhone App. The application, which is available free of charge in the...

Best Buy Earnings Plunge; Employees Offered Buyouts

Best Buy announced Tuesday that its net income in the third quarter plunged 77 percent, from $228 million last year to $52 million. The...

Generating Holiday Sales Leads

Global marketers Clash-Media have a new offering that they claim will help retailers boost their sales this holiday season. The company will extend its...

Digital Photo Suite From Serif

Serif has released its Digital Photo Suite 2009, a product meant to make it easier for users to organize, edit and share their photos....

HP Joins Spotlight on Imaging 2009 Panel Discussion

Hewlett Packard’s Rohit de Souza, Vice President, Retail Publishing, will join several industry research analysts at the Spotlight on Imaging panel discussion titled, Imaging...

New Nikon DVD Earning Praise and… Petitions?

When Cole & Co. produced Nikon School’s, “A Hands-on Guide to Creative Lighting” back in November, the Boston-based firm felt confident the program would...