We’ve all got old stuff kicking around in basements and attics that we’ve forgotten about. But hey, what’s this in Kodak’s basement? Oh, it’s just a nuclear reactor and 3.5 pounds of highly enriched uranium. Makes sense for a photography company to have such a thing.
Kodak, the company whose name was once synonymous with photography, announced today that it will phase out its digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames during the first half of this year, as it fights to crawl out from under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.