Edward Deller, Kodak kiosk product manager, stands before the new G4x kiosk which can be integrated with a high speed print scanner for adding prints to digital creations.
Kodak showed an array of photo products that can be produced from digital images. It's part of a larger trend of encouraging retailers to expand output offerings beyond the 4 by 6-inch print.
Phil Lubell, product marketing director, Sony holds the A700 SLR
Sony's senior VP Steve Haber at the company's PMA press conference unveiling the new Alpha A300 and A350 digital SLRs.
Samsung's marketing VP Steward Henderson holds the company's new GX20 digital SLR, introduced at PMA.
Tired show goers could rest their head on a photo pillow, produced at Kodak's booth.
Canon's Chuck Westfall with the new Rebel XSi . The new SLR boasts a live view mode and the third generation of Canon's DIGIC processor.
Bill Gates interviewed on CBS' 60 Minutes discusses his plans to eradicate diseases and his friendship with the late Steve Jobs.
CES On The Hill’ with TWICE Editor in Chief Steve Smith and guest CEA President Gary Shapiro. With a special look at products from LG Electronics, Voxx, Dish, Livio and many others.
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer and last August, Apple became the most profitable company of all time on Wall Street.
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