Warranty companies discuss their 2014 growth plans
Kodak's Kloud Play It would be a gross understatement to say Kodak has had an interesting last few months, but its CES booth turned the focus from the brands' financial problems by offering a new Facebook app, a Wi-Fi camera and easier printing options. The Facebook app allows consumers to take their Facebook albums and…
Now that the annual Photo Manufacturers Association (PMA) show is part of 2012 International CES (PMA@CES) we thought we'd offer a sneak peek at some of the cool products your customers will be dying to get their hands on this year.
Gaining an edge – it’s a quest that often times separates the winners from the losers in myriad aspects of life and one that has taken on new meaning in today’s difficult business climate.
Perhaps the front-page news on the local daily in Hong Kong provided the perfect backdrop to the 2011 HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair as several scuffles broke out on the show’s opening day on Wednesday, October 13, at a local Apple store not far from the city’s convention center.
The rumors that flew around cyber-space all day Wednesday are true – the 2011 PMA, recently renamed and re-positioned as CliQ, has been moved from its early September, 2011 dates (6-11) to Jan. 10-13 at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas. It will run concurrently with the 2012 International CES.
The 3ist bi-annual photokina wrapped up in Cologne, Germany earlier this week and a host of new products and services were introduced over the six-day event.
Perhaps the least talked about link on the consumer digital imaging chain is storage. While everyone in the industry talks about capture, output and the latest mobile technology, storage has always been the industry’s red headed step child.
More and more imaging manufacturers are discovering what tremendous opportunities the annual CEA Line Shows event in New York holds for them as a mid-year stag
The CTIA Wireless Association wrapped up their annual convention in Las Vegas last week and a few key trends worth keeping an eye on emerged.
We won't list every single camera and imaging products we saw at the show, but it's worth mentioning that camera makers are packing more features into point-and-shoot units that help users take better pictures and do more with those images.
NEW YORK- The CEA Line Shows held their "NY Tech Start-Up Classic" conference, part of the two-day event held at 7 West 34th Street last week and two companies emerged as winners.
On the eve of the imaging industry's biggest trade show, PMA, one of its leading acts has fallen ill. Ritz Camera, the largest camera store chain in the country, has declared bankruptcy. The chain filed for Chapter 11 protection in Wilmington, Delaware over this past weekend.
With the 2009 PMA Show less than a month away the new product intros are happening fast and furious. Over the next few weeks we’ll be providing a Sneak Peek at some of the new products expected to be making news on the show floor. While there’s still quite a bit of news under wraps (NDA), what we can tell you for this week is that you’ll see piles of new point-and-shoot cameras at this year’s show.
Noritsu America Corporation has announced their participation in the 2009 Spotlight on Imaging event to be held during the upcoming International CES. This joint effort between Picture Business magazine and the Consumer Electronics Association’s (CEA) takes place on Friday, January 9th, at 3:30 – 7 p.m. in the Connector between the South and Central Halls in room S221.