Latest Digitizing Stories

2009-12-21 12:30:00

In a controversial effort to digitize the world's books, Google is set to start scanning Europe's cultural treasures -- starting in France, where the US giant got a digital foothold this week.

2009-12-18 15:50:00

A coalition of US library associations has organized itself in a collective effort to force Google to keep access to its in-the-works digital library cheap.

2009-08-27 06:10:00

Microsoft, Yahoo!, Amazon, and non-profit library associations have joined forces to fight a legal settlement which would allow Google to digitize and sell books.

2009-05-06 07:05:00

NEWPORT, R.I., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Digital Ark has launched an e-commerce web site, The Digital Ark Store (http://www.TheDigitalArkStore.com), which offers online sales of historical and cultural images as archival prints and downloadable digital files.

2009-04-06 15:12:01

A website that will offer free access to rare books, maps, manuscripts, films and photographs from across the globe called The World Digital Library is set to launch April 21 at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

2009-03-24 16:05:00

FRESH MEADOWS, N.Y., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc.

2008-10-28 10:55:00

What stands a better chance of surviving 50 years from now, a framed photograph or a 10-megabyte digital photo file on your computer’s hard drive?

2008-09-25 15:00:56

Frost & Sullivan will host a live briefing on Tuesday, September 30, at 3:00 PM EDT to provide industry participants an overview of a recently published study focused on digitizing processes in healthcare institutions.

2008-09-10 09:00:19

By Miguel Helft Brad Stone contributed reporting. * Google has begun scanning microfilm from some newspapers' historical archives to make them searchable online, first through Google News and eventually on the newspapers' own Web sites, the company said.

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