30minphotos.com is providing sports enthusiasts visiting Greece for the 2004 Athens Summer Olympic Games with a way to order photos transmitted from their digital camera images. Spectators can order Kodak photographs, processed and mailed the same weekday.
PalmInfoCenter reports that palmOne has confirmed that it will no longer be offering the previously announced 1.3 Mega-pixel SDIO Digital Camera. The camera plugs into a handheld’s SDIO slot and has a 1.3 MP sensor that can take 24-bit color JPEG photos at up to 1280 x 1024 resolution. The camera should be available in mid-January under the Veo brand.
Canada.com has this article about PhotoChannel, which provides retailers is a total solution for digital photography. This includes everything from handling and processing digital images and e-commerce payments to customer service and data transmission.
ABC News has this roundup of high-end digital cameras.
We’re experiencing some performance issues this morning. We can’t yet tell if it’s related to the attack we got over the weekend, or if it’s something new from outside or on our end. Please be patient…we’ll get this resolved ASAP.
We recently experienced a Denial of Service attack from the domain AMERION.COM, which also operates TELEVAR.COM and BOSSIG.COM. If you have mail through any of these domains and you attempt to contact us, you will have been blocked by our server. It does not appear that the operator of these domains is conducting a malicious attack; it appears to be a server configuration issue. That said, we’ve been forced to block all mailing coming from them until they fix the problem (which will likely not be over the weekend).
Today’s the last day to submit your flight article. If you’re working on an article to celebrate next week’s 100th anniversary of powered flight, your article must be in to editor@ZATZ.com by midnight tonight. Thanks to everyone for working on this project and stay tuned to our 12/14 issue for all the great articles (and some are just amazing)!
Reminder: if you’re writing an article for our special series in celebration of 100 years of powered flight, it’s due in to editor@ZATZ.com by midnight (EST) tomorrow, Friday December 5th. So far, we’ve gotten some amazing submissions and great stories, and it looks like we’ll have a very special issue in commemoration of the anniversary. Write on!
Motorola said that supply constraints for parts used in phones with integrated digital cameras were slowing deliveries. Motorola’s V600 camera-phone will be delayed until some time in the first quarter, a Motorola spokesman told CNNfn, due to the supply issues.
CVS/pharmacy announced plans to introduce mobile image printing capabilities at KODAK Picture Maker kiosks at more than 3,000 stores nationwide. The service, to be available in early 2004, will offer customers the ability to print pictures from their image-enabled mobile phones. KODAK Picture Maker kiosks will allow mobile camera phone users to beam their images to the kiosk using Bluetooth or Infrared (IrDA) technologies. In addition to the wireless option, customers will still have the choice of inserting a memory card into the kiosk. Customers can then edit, enhance, and print their photos in minutes.