Kodak’s Zi8 HD pocket camcorder

July 30, 2009
Recession ending for Western Digital
The Register
Chris Mellor writes about Western Digital’s fourth fiscal 2009 quarter and how it maybe shows an end to the recession in the hard disk drive space.

“Western Digital results for its fourth fiscal 2009 quarter are signaling the possible end of the recession in the hard disk drive market, and it is poised to overtake Seagate in unit drive shipments. World number two hard disk drive manufacturer WD saw fourth quarter revenues of $1.928 billion, down three per cent from the previous year’s $1.99 billion, but up 21 per cent sequentially, and easily beating Wall St expectations. It had previously set guidance for revenues of $1.45 billion-$1.60 billion.”

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Kodak’s Zi8 HD pocket camcorder hits the 1080p mark, adds Facebook uploading
Engadget
Ross Miller writes about a new pocket camcorder from Kodak, which is set to come out this fall.

“Kodak’s … newly unveiled Zi8 pocket camcorder … boasts 1080p recording, in addition to usual features like face tracking, image stabilization, a 2.5-inch LCD display, and SD card slot. YouTube uploading is back, and joining it Facebook support, too. It’ll be out in September in blue, red, and black colors for just a hair under $180.”

Ten top issues in adopting enterprise social computing
ZD Net

Dion Hinchcliffe writes about common factors related to enterprise social computing.

“Lack of social media literacy amongst workers, a perception that social tools won’t work well in a particular industry, social software is still perceived as too risky to use for core business activities, can’t get enough senior executives engaged with social tools, there is vapor lock between IT and the social computing initiative, need to prove ROI before there will be support for social software, security concerns are holding up pilot projects/adoption plans, the needs around community management have come as a surprise, difficulties sustaining external engagement, (and) struggling to survive due to unexpected success.”

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