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Short Take: Kodak partners for wireless digital photography

Eastman Kodak announced a partnership today with LightSurf Technologies to develop online and wireless digital photography products. Kodak will use wireless technology from LightSurf, including hardware and software that allows digital cameras to transfer data via cell phones, to expand its PhotoNet e-commerce program. PhotoNet allows users to print, share, view and organize digital photographs over the Internet. Santa Cruz, Calif.-based LightSurf, founded by colorful entrepreneur Philippe Kahn, is focusing on technology for wireless photo transfer along with software to help computer servers manage the huge data libraries created by digital photo collections.

Eastman Kodak announced a partnership today with LightSurf Technologies to develop online and wireless digital photography products. Kodak will use wireless technology from LightSurf, including hardware and software that allows digital cameras to transfer data via cell phones, to expand its PhotoNet e-commerce program. PhotoNet allows users to print, share, view and organize digital photographs over the Internet. Santa Cruz, Calif.-based LightSurf, founded by colorful entrepreneur Philippe Kahn, is focusing on technology for wireless photo transfer along with software to help computer servers manage the huge data libraries created by digital photo collections.