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How a video camera can get you into real estate services

How a video camera can get you into real estate services

Don’t laugh: Jabra is deadly serious about its PanaCast 3.
Simon Sharwood Sep 13 2019, 6:50AM Hardware
Nokia and Zeiss reignite partnership to capture photo fans

Nokia and Zeiss reignite partnership to capture photo fans

Teases a new premium handset.
a Staff Writer Jul 9 2017, 11:46AM Mobility
Ingram Micro beefs up IP surveillance range

Ingram Micro beefs up IP surveillance range

Hikvision cameras grow physical security roster.
William Maher Jul 28 2015, 4:48PM Security
RIP Sanyo

RIP Sanyo

Panasonic confirms that Sanyo will soon cease to be.
Esat Dedezade Nov 30 2011, 8:23AM Printing
The eyes have it

The eyes have it

Opinion: There's opportunities galore now that snooping's been made legal.
Rabid Reseller Apr 20 2011, 7:11AM Security
Apple iPad 2, was it worth queuing for?

Apple iPad 2, was it worth queuing for?

The iPad 2 was launched in Australia on March 25.
David Flynn Mar 22 2011, 8:40AM Reviews
Which DSLR? The just-released Canon EOS 600D vs Nikon D3100

Which DSLR? The just-released Canon EOS 600D vs Nikon D3100

This week, Canon unveiled the latest member of its award-winning DSLR family, the EOS 600D. If you're looking for top of the line entry-level DSLR, how does the 600D compare to Nikon's D3100?
Chris Jager Feb 14 2011, 8:14AM Printing
CES 2010: Casio fleshes out imaging plans

CES 2010: Casio fleshes out imaging plans

New cameras, mercury-free projectors on display.
Shaun Nichols Jan 7 2010, 12:20PM Hardware
 Zylotech administrator winds up future projects

Zylotech administrator winds up future projects

Outcome for security firm close to resolution.
Lilia Guan Sep 7 2009, 2:57PM Services
Ted’s Cameras buys HP photo printers

Ted’s Cameras buys HP photo printers

Rolls out technology across 22 stores.
Staff Writers Sep 4 2009, 8:19AM Hardware
The 101 greatest Web sites you've never seen, plus 13 digital cameras tested

The 101 greatest Web sites you've never seen, plus 13 digital cameras tested

Our major group test of 13 compact digital cameras from the big brands, plus affordable laptops, the 101 Greatest websites you've never seen and more, are in the new issue of PC Authority.
Staff Writers Jul 4 2009, 10:08AM Sales & Marketing
Mexico Airport Authority buys Fluke infared cameras to scan for swine flu

Mexico Airport Authority buys Fluke infared cameras to scan for swine flu

In a deal worth half a million US dollars, the thermal imagers show temperatures that are higher than normal that could indicate infection such as H1N1 influenza A, or swine flu.
Jenny Eagle May 13 2009, 11:02AM Collaboration
Samsung adds four new cameras to its consumer range

Samsung adds four new cameras to its consumer range

Samsung Electronics has unveiled four new digital cameras at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Staff Writers Jan 12 2009, 11:05AM Hardware
Sony recalls 350,000 digital cameras

Sony recalls 350,000 digital cameras

Warped Cyber Shot case causes cuts and scratches.
Matt Chapman Aug 6 2007, 3:45PM Hardware
Ingram Micro enters into security surveillance arena

Ingram Micro enters into security surveillance arena

Swann Communication hopes to utilise Ingram Micro’s ‘logisitcs skills’ to help distribute its products.
Lilia Guan Apr 2 2007, 3:03PM Security
Still good growth in digital cameras: Canon

Still good growth in digital cameras: Canon

Sales growth in the digital still camera (DSC) market will continue even though the market has “slowed” as it reaches maturity, according to Canon’s senior category manager Darren Ryan.
Byron Connolly , Tim Lohman Nov 13 2006, 1:48PM Hardware
Canon to develop fuel cells for printers, cameras

Canon to develop fuel cells for printers, cameras

Japan's Canon said it has developed tiny fuel cells that it hopes will start replacing conventional batteries to power some of its digital cameras and printers in three years.
Staff Writers Oct 25 2005, 2:30PM Hardware
IP video hits 'tipping point'

IP video hits 'tipping point'

IP video surveillance has reached a 'tipping point' of market acceptance as analogue CCTV systems start to give way to a new generation of IP-based security cameras, according to Swedish network video vendor Axis Communications.
Byron Connolly Sep 6 2005, 10:04AM Collaboration
Axis to snap up more resellers

Axis to snap up more resellers

Swedish digital network camera and server maker Axis Communications is seeking to add as many IT resellers as possible to its Solution Partner and Premium Partner program.
Fleur Doidge Jun 6 2005, 10:25AM Security
PC shipments fall; cameras, plasma TVs, music players rise

PC shipments fall; cameras, plasma TVs, music players rise

Dazzled by all the new digital gadgets, holiday shoppers are expected to buy up cameras, plasma TVs, music players and other consumer devices, rather than replace the old PC that many see as good enough, a market researcher said this week.
Antone Gonsalves Nov 16 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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