Kodak will soon launch in Europe an online service to publish pictures taken with the mobile phone. As reported on News.com Australia, starting next May owners of a new wave of higher resolution camera phones should be able to upload their pictures and videos to a central server, send them by e-mail or print them via wireless infrared or Bluetooth links at Kodak kiosks. The service is already available in the United States. The initiative�confirms the strong Kodak’s interest in building a new kind of relationship with its consumers, trying to fill the gap created by digital cameras and the consequent crisis of films selling. A couple of months ago, Kodak has also sponsored a MMS competition together with the carrier Wind to assign prizes to the best MMS pictures.
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