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作者: ljdsoft    时间: 2012-1-8 07:57     标题: 2012-01-08&01-14 柯达考虑申请破产保护

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Kodak mulls bankruptcy protection


Logitech tries to reinvent the mouse with the Cube, the next Xbox may have built-in DVR functionality, and venerable Kodak lays plans for bankruptcy protection if it can't sell its patents.

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作者: nickylan    时间: 2012-1-8 10:57

HOMEWORK:
It’s Thursday, January 5th, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Kodak could be going the way of *. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak is preparing to see Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It’s tried to solve some patterns to avoid Chapter 11, but might not make the money in time. Kodak is a 131-year-old company with 19000 employees. The company has been focus on printers in recent years after failing its make headway in the digital camera market, reportedly that wasn’t enough to generate the cash it needs to cover expenses, especially its obligation to retire employees. It’s another example of company that can’t cope with changing technology * like B book store or B video. The thing is Kodak invented the digital camera in the 70s, it just can’t capitalize on it.

The Next Xbox console could have built-in DVR. Microsoft was great to the pattern to record television shows on a game console, and it could be recording game play. The technology also points to being able to record live TV or play the video game without dropping a friend. Xbox brought live TV to its consoles last month starting with a few channels Verizon files customers.

And in other home entertainment news, Apple is having a hard time getting content for its iTV. Sources told you will say today that Apple’s trying to cut deals to offer top TV network programs pay for * card through iTunes. But Apple hasn’t had much luck yet.

Music retailers are singing a happy tune today for the first time in 7 years there’s being an increase in music sales. Over all music sales were up 3% in 2011, 3% may not sound like much, but there have been double digital clients in the past years. 103 million digital albums were sold, up 19% and 1.3 billion single tracks were sold, up over 8%. Perhaps more mobile devices like tablets and smart phones, are to think for the increase, streaming music services make it easy to discover new music for free before buying it, or again, it just could be a lot * like *, for albums sold 6 million copies, and the song rolled in the deep sold more than 5 million copies.

Barns and Noble is changing a few things this week. First, they announced to selling off their print publishing division and now Barns and Noble sent out a statement saying it’s looking at ways to unlock the value of being nerk. Translation, Barns and Noble wants to grow ** business, but can’t do that with its current resources. So the nerk business might split off into something separate from the breaking motor side, or partner with the publishing firm to help it grow.

Logitech has attempted to reinvent the mouse in its newest device. The Cube, which is a Cube shape, its rectangular box, but regardless, it’s a touch panel top, that’s the main mouse in the face, and if you look it off the table, the Cube is now a presentation device to help you offense to slice, but there’s no lace pointing you though. The Cube will ship this month in black and white for 70 dollars.

Those’re your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you’ve just been loaded.
作者: jzhao56    时间: 2012-1-8 17:47

Homework
        It’s Thursday, January 5th, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it’s time to get loaded.
        Kodak could be going the way of Polariod. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak is preparing to seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It’s trying to solve some patents to avoid Chapter 11 but might not make the money in time. Kodak is a 131-year-old company with 19,000 employees. The company has been focusing on printers in recent years after failing to make headway in the digital camera market. Reportedly that wasn’t enough to generate the cash needed to cover expenses especially its obligation to retired employees. It’s another example of a company that can’t cope with changing technology demands like Borders bookstores or Blockbuster Video. The thing is Kodak invented the digital camera of the ‘70s. It just can’t capitalize on it.
        The next Xbox console could have a built-in DVR. Microsoft was granted to the patent to record television shows on a game console and it could even record gameplay. The technology also points to being able to record Live TV while playing a video game without dropping a frame. Xbox brought Live TV to its consoles last month, starting with a few channels for Verizon FiOS customers.
        And in other home entertainment news, Apple is having a hard time getting content for its iTV. Sources told USA Today that Apple is trying to cut deals to offer top TV network programs pay for a la carte through iTunes but Apple hasn’t had much luck yet.
        Music retailers are singing a happy tune today. For the first time in 7 years there’s been an increase in music sales. Overall music sales were up 3% in 2011, 3% might not sound like much but there have been double digit declines in the past years. 103 million digital albums were sold up 19% and 1.3 billion single tracks were sold up over 8%. Perhaps more mobile devices like tablets and smart phones are to think for the increase or streaming music services make it easy to discover new music for free before buying it, or then again, it just could be off people really like Adele. Her album sold 6 million copies and the song, Rolling in the deep, sold more than 5 million copies.
        Barnes & Noble is changing up a few things this week. First, they announced they’re selling off their print publishing division and now Barnes & Noble sent out a statement saying it’s looking at ways to unlock the value of the Nook. Translation, Barnes & Noble wants to grow the Nook e-reader business but can’t do that with its current resources. So the Nook business might spin off into something separate from the Brick and Mortar side or partner with a publishing firm to help it grow.
        Logitech has attempted to reinvent the mouse in its newest device, the Cube, which isn’t cube shaped. It’s a rectangular box, but regardless, it’s a touch panel top. That’s the main mouse interface and if you lift it off the table, the Cube is now a presentation device to help you advance through slides, but there’s no laser pointer though. The Cube will ship this month in black and white for $70.
        Those are your headlines for today. I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.com and you’ve just been loaded.
        Hi guys, Brian Tong here and if you look into the scene the top dogs in tech and face off, then you need to watch cnet prizefight. Go through touchscreen phones in the reins recognize the council awards that web browsers. And more you can find it all at cnet.com/prizefight and I’ll see you there.
作者: cctvzlx    时间: 2012-1-10 00:24     标题: [Homework]2012-01-08&01-14 柯达考虑申请破产保护

It is Thursday January 5th, 2012. I am Bridget Carey on CNet.com and it is time to get loaded.
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THoes are your headlines today. I am Bridget Carey for CNET.com. And you has been loaded.

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作者: 张兰曦    时间: 2012-1-10 15:42

t's Thursday 31 jan 2012, I'm Bridget Carey on CNET.COM, AND IT'S TIME TO GET LOADED.
Kodak could be going the way of (pulary) pulled away.
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The next xbox council could have been built in dvr.  MS has grainted the pattern to record tv shows on a game council, and it could even record game play. the tech also points to be able to record live tv while playing a video game without droping in frain. xbox brought live tv to its council last month start with a few channels to arise files customers.
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Music retailers is singing a happy tune today for the 7 years increase in music sales.  Overall music sales were up 2% in 2011, 3 % might not sound like mush but there has been doubled digit clients in past years. 103million digital albums were sold up 19% and 1.3billion single tracks were sold up over 8 percent. perhaps more portable the devices like...or smart phones are.. the for increase or streaming music services make it easy to discover new music for free before buying it, then again, there just could be a lotof people like adele who sold like 6m illion copies , the song rollng in the deep sold more than 5 million copies.
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Those're  your headlines today,.
作者: littlecase    时间: 2012-1-12 11:38

本帖最后由 littlecase 于 2012-1-12 11:40 编辑

Homework

It’s Thursday, January 5, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on CNet.com, and it’s time to get loaded.

Kodak could be going the way of Polaroid. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak is preparing to see chapter 11 bankruptcy projection, it tried to sell some patterns to avoid chapter 11 while may not making the money in time. Kodak is a 131-year-old company with 13,000 employees. The company has been focusing on printers in recent years after failure to make the headway in the digital camera market, reportedly that wasn’t enough to generate the cash that needs to cover the expense, especially its application to retire employees, it’s another example of company that cannot cope with the changing technology events, like bookstores or * video. The thing is, Kodak can invent the digital camera in the 70s, it just cannot capitalize on it

The next Xbox console could have the built-in DVR. Microsoft is * to the pattern to record the television show to the television shows on the game console, and it can even record game play. The technology also points to being able to record live TV while playing the video game without drop its frame. Export brought live TV to its consoles last month, starting with a few channels for Verizon files customers.

And in the other home of entertainment news, Apple had a high time of getting content for its iTV. Sources told US Today that Apple is trying to cut deals to offer top TV network programs, paid for * though iTunes. But Apple hasn’t had much luck yet.

Music retailers are singing a happy tone today. For the 1st time in the 70 years, there has been an increase in the music sales. Overall, Music sales were up to 3% in 2011. 3% might not sound like much, but they have been the double digit climbs in the past years. And 103 billion digital *were sold up over 19%, and 1.3 billion singles tracks were sold up over 8%. Perhaps more movable devices like tablets or smart phones are the things for the increase or streaming music service make it easy to *music for free before buying it. Well, then again **really like Dell, her aim sold 6 million copies, and the sound Rolling the Deep sold more than 5 million copies

Barnes and Nobles changes a few things this week. First, they announced selling off their print public division and now Barnes and Nobles sent out a statement, saying it’s looking for the ways *the value of the look. Translation? Barnes and Nobles wants to grow *e-business, but can’t do that with its current resources. So the *might spilt off to something separate from * or partner with the publishing from the *.

Logitech has attempted to reinvent the mouse and its new invented device, the cube, which isn’t the cube shape. It’s a rectangular box, but regardless its touch panel top, that’s the may * your face. If you leave off the table, the cube is now the presentation device to help you * the slice, but there is no laser pointer though. The cube shapes this month in black and white for $70.

Those are your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey from CNet.com, and you just have been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brian Tang here, and if you look and see the top dogs in Tech Face Off, then you need to watch, seeing that prizefight. We throw the touch screen phones in the ring, recognize the console worlds, battle web browses and more, so you can find it all at the Cnet.com/prizefight, and I will see you there.
作者: 橡树晓航    时间: 2012-1-13 19:05

怎么看斑竹发的原帖啊?
作者: xingxingcamille    时间: 2012-1-15 10:28

HOMEWORK

It’s Thursday, January 5th, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it’s time to get loaded.

Kodak could be going the way of Polariod. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak is preparing to seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It’s trying to solve some patents to avoid Chapter 11, but might not make the money in time. Kodak is a 131-year-old company with 19,000 employees. The company has been focusing on printers in recent years after failing to make headway in the digital camera market. Reportedly that wasn’t enough to generate the cash needed to cover expenses, especially its obligation to retired employees. It’s another example of a company that can’t cope with changing technology demands like Borders bookstores or Blockbuster Video. Thing is Kodak invented the digital camera in the 70s. It just can’t capitalize on it.

The next Xbox console could have a built-in DVR. Microsoft was granted to the patent to record television shows on a game console and it could even record gameplay. The technology also points to being able to record Live TV while playing a video game without dropping a frame. Xbox brought Live TV to its consoles last month, starting with a few channels for Verizon FiOS customers.

And in other home entertainment news, Apple is having a hard time getting content for its iTV. Sources told USA Today that Apple is trying to cut deals to offer top TV network programs pay for a la carte through iTunes, but Apple hasn’t had much luck yet.

Music retailers are singing a happy tune today. For the first time in seven years there’s been an increase in music sales. Overall music sales were up 3% in 2011. 3% might not sound like much, but there have been double digit declines in the past years. 103 million digital albums were sold up 19% and 1.3 billion single tracks were sold up over 8%. Perhaps more mobile devices like tablets and smart phones are to think for the increase or streaming music services make it easy to discover new music for free before buying it, or then again, it just could be a lot of people who people really like Adele. Her album sold 6 million copies and the song, Rolling in the deep, sold more than 5 million copies.

Barnes & Noble is changing up a few things this week. First, they announced they’re selling off their print publishing division and now Barnes & Noble sent out a statement saying it’s looking at ways to unlock the value of the Nook. Translation, Barnes & Noble wants to grow the Nook e-reader business but can’t do that with its current resources. So the Nook business might spin off into something separate from the Brick and Mortar side or partner with a publishing firm to help it grow.

Logitech has attempted to reinvent the mouse in its newest device, the Cube, which isn’t cube shaped. It’s a rectangular box, but regardless, it’s a touch panel top that’s the main mouse interface. And if you lift it off the table, the Cube is now a presentation device to help you advance your slides, but there’s no laser pointer though. The Cube will ship this month in black and white for $70.

Those are your headlines for today. I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.com and you’ve just been loaded.

Hey guys, Brian Tang here. And if you are looking to see the top dogs in Tech Face Off, then you need to watch Cnet’s Prizefight. We’ll throw touch screen phones in the ring, recognize the console worlds, battle web browses and more, so you can find it all at the Cnet.com/prizefight, and I will see you there.
作者: jennysyy    时间: 2012-1-17 11:02

It’s Thursday, January 5th, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Kodak could be going the way of Polariod. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak is preparing to see Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It’s tried to solve some patterns to avoid Chapter 11, but might not make the money in time. Kodak is a 131-year-old company with 19000 employees. The company has been focus on printers in recent years after failing its make headway in the digital camera market, reportedly that wasn’t enough to generate the cash it needs to cover expenses, especially its obligation to retire employees. It’s another example of company that can’t cope with changing technology like Borders bookstores or Blockbuster Video. The thing is Kodak invented the digital camera in the 70s, it just can’t capitalize on it.

The Next Xbox console could have built-in DVR. Microsoft was great to the pattern to record television shows on a game console, and it could be recording game play. The technology also points to being able to record live TV or play the video game without dropping a friend. Xbox brought live TV to its consoles last month starting with a few channels Verizon files customers.

And in other home entertainment news, Apple is having a hard time getting content for its iTV. Sources told you will say today that Apple’s trying to cut deals to offer top TV network programs pay for * card through iTunes. But Apple hasn’t had much luck yet.

Music retailers are singing a happy tune today for the first time in 7 years there’s being an increase in music sales. Over all music sales were up 3% in 2011, 3% may not sound like much, but there have been double digital clients in the past years. 103 million digital albums were sold, up 19% and 1.3 billion single tracks were sold, up over 8%. Perhaps more mobile devices like tablets and smart phones, are to think for the increase, streaming music services make it easy to discover new music for free before buying it, or again, it just could be a lot * like *, for albums sold 6 million copies, and the song rolled in the deep sold more than 5 million copies.

Barns and Noble is changing a few things this week. First, they announced to selling off their print publishing division and now Barns and Noble sent out a statement saying it’s looking at ways to unlock the value of being nerk. Translation, Barns and Noble wants to grow ** business, but can’t do that with its current resources. So the nerk business might split off into something separate from the breaking motor side, or partner with the publishing firm to help it grow.

Logitech has attempted to reinvent the mouse in its newest device. The Cube, which is a Cube shape, its rectangular box, but regardless, it’s a touch panel top, that’s the main mouse in the face, and if you look it off the table, the Cube is now a presentation device to help you offense to slice, but there’s no lace pointing you though. The Cube will ship this month in black and white for 70 dollars.

Those’re your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you’ve just been loaded.




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