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Experts: Tough road ahead for Kodak

CHICAGO — Even in bankruptcy, Kodak boasts some enviable strengths: a golden brand, technology firepower that includes a rich collection of photo patents, and more than $4 billion in annual sales of

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Woman Says iPhone Apps Are Illegally Republishing Her Hipstamatic Photos

A Hipstamatic photo A photographer is suing Apple in federal court in Texas, alleging that iPhone apps illegally republish her photos and those of others online without permission.In a complaint filed

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Facebook changes photo tagging permissions

Drunken revelers rejoice: Facebook will now let you decide whether your friends can attach your name to a photo before it is circulated. Now, friends can add your name to a photo on Facebook without your consent or knowledge. You can remove it later, but only after lots of others may have seen it. (4 hours ago)

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New privacy controls for Facebook

SAN FRANCISCO – Drunken revelers rejoice: Facebook will now let you decide whether your friends can attach your name to a photo before it is circulated. (13 mins ago)

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Father’s Day from 7,500 miles away

Photo provided by the Peyerl family Lt. Col. Michael Peyerl, left, and Command Sgt. Major Daryl Keithley watch as Austin Peyerl pins on his sergeant rank. Austin wanted to take part in his father’s promotion ceremony in December. (7 mins ago)

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Jake Gyllenhaal sues over underwear photo

Reuters – Jake Gyllenhaal’s lawyers are scouring the Internet, attempting to eradicate a picture of the actor that shows him stretching in his tighty-whitey underwear. (10 hours ago)

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Hotels enjoy mini-boom but nervous about near future

Could the sudden, short-term boost in hotel occupancy turn into a more threatening scenario for the industry? Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi Hotels have benefitted from a surge in occupancy due to the evacuations from tumultuous Libya but they are also aware the uprising in the neighbouring country could have negative repercussions in the long term. (3 hours ago)

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