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As 70 mm film sees a comeback, who's running those projectors?

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Sep 27, 2018
A mainstream surge in the format meets a depleted projectionist industry.
Genevieve Havemeyer-King practices threading a 70 mm projector at the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater in Brooklyn, New York.
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What "old" technology are you hoping will make a comeback?

by Marketplace Staff Jun 5, 2018
Amid Kodak's decision to bring back the Ektachrome, we asked you what products are still hanging around your house.
Old Ektachrome 160 film.
Vincenzo Reina/Flickr

Nostalgia is driving up sales for Polaroid

by Molly Wood and Daisy Palacios Nov 23, 2016
Tech correspondent Molly Wood talks to Polaroid CEO Scott Hardy about his company's resurgence in the age of retro aesthetic.
Visitors check out the Polaroid stand at the 2014 IFA home electronics and appliances trade fair on September 5, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. 
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Browsing the virtual bookshelves

by Molly Wood Mar 28, 2016
How the New York Public Library is working to digitize its giant collection.
A page from the 1889 manuscript of Theodore Roosevelt's "The Winning of the West," which is in the New York Public Library's digitized (and actual) collection.
The New York Public Library Digital Collections

A snapshot of Polaroid’s turnaround

by Molly Wood and Daisy Palacios Sep 1, 2015
CEO Scott Hardy says the 'retro cool' brand just needs a new business strategy.
The Polaroid Cube is helping Polaroid recapture its former success. 
Image via Polaroid/YouTube

Video cameras spread to more workplaces

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 29, 2015
Industries are deploying devices for security and sometimes to monitor employees.
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Body cameras spread, changing how cops do their job

by Mitchell Hartman May 1, 2015
Some cops like them, but other criminal justice experts are skeptical.

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Police departments grapple with body camera costs

by Nova Safo Apr 22, 2015
Implementing the cameras costs means more than just new equipment.

Equipping cops with cameras is only half the problem

by Queena Kim Aug 19, 2014
All that data is difficult and expensive to manage.

GoPro goes public

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 26, 2014
It's popular among the surfer set, but what about growth opportunities?