Earlier this year, Kodak dazzled us with a proposal for the first-comsumer grade digital camera with support for wireless networking. The idea is you plug in a wireless network card, and this camera transmits its pictures to your computer, or other wireless device.
Now the Wall Street Journal is reporting the camera's ship date has been delayed from June until November. The reason? "This represents a significant technological advance in the digital camera marketplace," says Kodak. The translation: marrying wireless to our camera is really tough to figure out.
By the time it comes out, the US$700 price may be too high for a 4-megapixel 3x camera.