Fujifilm

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A graphic representation of novel coronavirus created by Irish scientist Eoin Winston of Nexu and Jason McLellan from the University of Texas.   It includes a realistic representation of its distinctive spike protein which may be key to developing a vaccine.

This is part of a series of regular updates from Irish Times Environment and Science Editor Kevin O’Sullivan who is examaining scientific initiatives (...)

The new selfie mode means you can focus on closer objects, which is handy even if you aren’t taking a selfie

Fujifilm’s Instax Mini camera range has a lot of novelty value. In a world of digital cameras where we rarely print out out our photos, the Instax cam(...)

The Instax Mini Link, a bluetooth enabled printer.

I like Fujifilm’s Instax range, even if I don’t quite get the point of every product that’s added to the list (I’m looking at you, Mini LiPlay). The I(...)

The Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay: Sound isn’t something that you typically associate with still images. However,  Fujifilm is betting that you’ll like it enough to shell out on the new camera

I have a soft spot for Fujifilm’s Instax cameras. There is something comforting and familiar about them and their ability to spit out old-school print(...)

There was time when instant cameras were considered the height of technical sophistication. Rather than handing your film over to a photo lab to print(...)

You have to admire the Fujifilm, launching an analogue camera in a digital world, ploughing its own path, one instant photo at a time. The Instax Sq(...)

Xerox fired its chief executive Jeff Jacobson as part of its decision to terminate the deal with Fujifilm.

Xerox has called off its $6.1 billion (€5 billion) sale to Japan’s Fujifilm, after reaching a truce with Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason that ends months(...)

Photograph: Thomas White/Reuters

Japan’s Fujifilm Holdings said it is cutting 10,000 jobs globally at its joint venture with Xerox to cope with a decline in the photocopying business,(...)

It’s a curious quirk. We spend years investing in the development of new and better technology. Then we use it to pay homage to the old days. Take t(...)