Kodak Digital cameras
Kodak has reached an agreement to sell off assets, including traditional film products, in a US$2.8 billion deal.
Kodak has received a lifeline that will help the company exit bankruptcy.
Kodak has reached an agreement whereby it will sell a cache of patents worth US$525 million to a consortium of tech companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook and Samsung.
Kodak is auctioning off what's left of its print film business and other segments amid its bankruptcy proceedings.
Kodak has lost a potentially valuable patent infringement case against Apple and Research In Motion (RIM), after the International Trade Council dismissed the case.
A judge in the US has told Apple that it cannot restart patent-infringement litigation against Eastman Kodak over a patent that may be sold during the troubled photography company's bankruptcy proc...
Eastman Kodak has stunned the world, announcing that it has put an end to its camera business.
Kodak, which is steps away from potentially filing for bankruptcy protection, isn't going to fade quietly, and filed lawsuits against HTC and Apple over camera technology.
The company has already reduced its workforce by around 2700 employees since the beginning of the year.
The retro-inspired Digital Bolex video camera has finally revealed its final design before it hits shelves.
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