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Millennials Are Interested in Printing Photos: Futuresource

Imaging Ecosystem Consumer Research Looks at Photo Capture, Printing & Sharing Hertfordshire, UK—The latest Imaging Ecosystem Consumer Research report by Futuresource Consulting examines the impact...

SmugMug to Acquire Flickr Photography Community

Mountain View, CA—One of the largest independent photo management platforms, SmugMug agreed to purchase Flickr. Flickr is a popular online photo management and sharing...

Finisher’s Corner: Bringing Mobile Photographers to the Print Market

As printing suppliers develop simpler and more intuitive ordering applications for mobile platforms, they’re also exploring creative new ideas for enticing customers to their...

HP to Sell Snapfish Online Photo Service to District Photo

Palo Alto, CA—HP announced a definitive agreement to divest Snapfish, its global online photo storage and merchandising business. District Photo, a provider of digital...

A Look Ahead to 2014 Retail Trends

After a tumultuous 2013, the prognosis for 2014 is for continued innovation and change. Last year saw changes as the continued iterations of apps,...

Consumers Can Create Prints and Photo Gifts with Shutterfly’s New iPhone...

Redwood City, CA—Shutterfly’s completely redesigned iPhone photo app combines photo storage, viewing and photo gift creation in one place—right from an iPhone. Shutterfly app...

Dropbox Bolsters Position in Cloud Photo-Sharing Space with Snapjoy Acquisition

San Francisco, CA—Dropbox, a free online service that lets consumers bring all their photos, docs and videos anywhere and share them easily, has been...

Kodak Picture Keeper: An All-in-One USB Device for Photo Storage

Atlanta, GA—The new Kodak-branded Picture Keeper is being touted as the “world’s first all-in-one USB device with embedded software to protect pictures and other...

New Rules for Kodak Gallery

As online storage options continue to gain steam, Kodak recently announced a change in the terms of service around their online Kodak Gallery storage...