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CompUSA and Samsung Create 'Geek's Dream' in Miami
July 23, 2001

By Janet Pinkerton MIAMI, Fla.—At one point early Saturday, July 21, the CompUSA Dadeland here was something of a convergence mosh pit: a happy crush of about a dozen Samsung executives, nearly as many CompUSA executives and employees, a handful of photographers, and the lucky winner of the day's drawing for a one of Samsung's 15.1-inch TFT LCD monitors. All this to celebrate the launch of Samsung's convergence-oriented store-in-store display inside CompUSA six Miami stores. Smiles and applause all around, then the CompUSA and Samsung executives settled in for a last round of questions before departing for golf games and flights home. A

Photo Club Brings Photo Sharing to Kyocera Wireless Phones
July 16, 2001

Club Photo Brings Photosharing to Kyocera Mobile Phone By Tatyana Sinioukov Last week, photosharing service Club Photo announced its Album To Go software is now compatible with the Kyocera QCP 6035. The Album To Go software (the latest version is 2.0) allows users to share pictures, process film and share albums through the Club Photo site, www.clubphoto.com. Using Album To Go, Kyocera QCP 6035 owners can load images from the online albums into the QCP 6035, view them by picture icons, beam them, and create slide shows with several special-effects transitions (wipes and dissolves, for instance). Album To Go is

Sony Line Show
April 1, 2001

Digital Bread and ButterBy the Dealerscope StaffSecaucus, N.J.—Whereas Sony's product introductions at CES 2001 in January seemed to be the "wow" factor gear, the bulk of the fare at its annual line show held here was more along the lines of the bread and butter products of the high-tech world. The company also announced the beginning of a Web-based "Instant Credit" program for consumers. Video Bolstered by the FCC's recent affirmation of the 8-VSB digital television modulation standard, Sony announced it will be re-entering the market of HDTVs with integrated digital ATSC tuners. Three new integrated models will be available by this fall:

Editorial Index
November 1, 2000

Company Web Site Page# Agfa www.agfa.com 12, 14 Aiptek www.aiptek.com 14 Amana www.amana.com 36 Andrew Wireless www.andrew.com 34 AOL www.aol.com 34 Apollo www.apollopaper.com 14 Arcsoft www.arcsoft.com 22 Audiovox www.audiovox.com 37 Belkin www.belkin.com 30 CMS Peripherals www.cmsproducts.com 30 Compaq www.compaq.com 14, 18 Canon www.canon.com 12, 14, 18, 32 Casio www.casio.com 12, 16, 35 DataPlay www.dataplay.com 23 Dazzle www.dazzle.com 30 DigitalMobility www.digitalmobility.com 34 Duracell www.duracell.com 25 Energizer www.energizer.com 25 Epson www.epson.com 14, 18, 23 Ericsson www.ericsson.com 34 Fedders North America www.fedders.com 36 FujiFilm www.fujifilm.com 12 GE Appliances www.geappliances.com 36 GN Netcom www.gnnetcom.com 34 Hammermill www.hammermill.com 14 Handspring www.handspring.com 34 Hewlett-Packard www.hp.com 12, 14, 18, 30 Hitachi www.hitachi.com 26

Digital Cameras for Every Niche, Market
November 1, 1999

One of the biggest weeks for digital imaging enthusiasts (second only to the annual Photo Marketing Association convention) will happen in Vegas again. COMDEX '99 draws the major players in the digital photography market. Vendors will be showcasing their latest digital cameras from the blister-packed VGA models to the multi-megapixel prosumer setups. It's thrilling and frustrating at the same time to see how much digital cameras have changed and improved in just the last year, now filling in more slots on retail shelves previously reserved for film cameras. Two-megapixel cameras, USB connections, superior interfaces and consumer-friendly price points should make this fall a great selling

Innovation Japan
July 1, 1999

Kyocera One Step Closer to Dick Tracy's Phone Kyocera late this month is to begin selling the VP-210 VisualPhone, a Personal Handy Phone that can send and receive two-frames-per-second images and e-mail, in addition to serving as a cellular phone. Billed as "The World's First Portable Visual Communications Tool," the VP-210 has a built-in 110,000 pixel CMOS image sensor and 2.0-inch TFT LCD and can store up to 20 jpeg files in its memory. Using DDI Pocket Telephone Group's P-Mail DX service, it can also send and receive video phone mail and e-mail text files with image attachments. Pioneer Expands Mobile DVD and LCD Options Pioneer recently introduced three

Innovation Japan
July 1, 1999

Kyocera One Step Closer to Dick Tracy's Phone Kyocera late this month is to begin selling the VP-210 VisualPhone, a Personal Handy Phone that can send and receive two-frames-per-second images and e-mail, in addition to serving as a cellular phone. Billed as "The World's First Portable Visual Communications Tool," the VP-210 has a built-in 110,000 pixel CMOS image sensor and 2.0-inch TFT LCD and can store up to 20 jpeg files in its memory. Using DDI Pocket Telephone Group's P-Mail DX service, it can also send and receive video phone mail and e-mail text files with image attachments. Pioneer Expands Mobile DVD and LCD Options Pioneer recently introduced three