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For under $30, consumers can now purchase a disposable digital video camcorder and enjoy a DVD home video experience comparable to expensive DVD camcorders. Built on the Pure Digital(R) Imaging platform, this revolutionary...
A Texas grocery chain has decided to stop selling disposable DVDs, a product that outraged environmentalists and apparently didn't sell too well, either. About 20 H-E-B grocery stores in the Austin area sold the EZ-Ds,...
Disposable phones could soon be joining throwaway cameras in shops across the US. A small US firm, Hop-On, has won regulatory approval to sell the first throwaway prepaid mobile phone. The...
Thanks again Chris. Hop-On.com's new disposable cell phone, touted everywhere from Time Magazine to CNNfn as a landmark innovation, may be less original than it seems. In news releases and interviews, the...