"Imaging Beyond the PC"
by Rick Smith (June 14, 2000)
On Wednesday, June 28th, 2000 at 8:00 a.m., in the Manhattan Center in New York, Alan Kessler, Chief Operating Officer of Palm keynoted this event. A panel discussion examined how the technology of digital imaging is moving beyond the desktop immediately followed. The panelists were Stephen Saylor, Co-Founder and General Manger, FlashPoint Technology; Lorie Wigle, Internet Imaging Services General Manager, Intel; Nancy Carr, Director, Worldwide Marketing Communications & Vice President, Digital and Applied Imaging, Kodak; Jonathan Ruff, Director, Connected Products & Technologies, Motorola; James Joaquin, President and CEO, Ofoto and Bill McCoy, President and CEO, PictureIQ.
After the conclusion of the panel discussion, the following exhibitors demonstrated their latest products:
Applied Science Fiction
HP Home Imaging Division
Motorola Personal Networking Group
View our coverage of the previous Imagescape at Comdex.
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