Kodak has launched an all-in-one photo app to help people capture, print and share photos from their smartphones. Studies show that billions of photos are captured and shared every day, but many people struggle with how to turn photos into prints to easily relive those special memories and share emotional connections with family, friends and generations to come. Now, there is a simple and stress-free photo app that not only allows us to capture, edit and share images, but also save, print and relive all of our special moments.
BIO Catherine Schwartz
Catherine Schwartz is one of the foremost technology and social media experts in the country appearing regularly on The TODAY Show and hundreds of local programs each year to talk tech. She has been in the tech space for 12 years thanks to her TV career, start up experience, blogging career as HiTechMommy and most recently being named Creative Director to the celebrity social network, WhoSay Inc,. Through these experiences Schwartz has become known for educating consumers as well as A-list celebrities on the breadth and depth of the electronic lifestyle.
As one of the original tech go-to-girls back in 2000, Schwartz utilized new high-tech ways for distributing TV content over the Web while working at TechTV. In 2003, she produced and hosted TechTV’s “The Screen Savers” followed by the live computer show “Call for Help.” For the next six years, Schwartz gained a dedicated following both on thousands of TV appearances and on her blog, HiTechMommy.com, a catchy mix of tech spiced with Schwartz’ personal musings on parenting. Being represented by CAA lead her to her current Creative Director role at the talent agency incubated startup, WhoSay Inc.
Schwartz has worked as a spokesperson for eBay, won 3 major awards in social media around Charlie Sheen’s record breaking Twitter launch, worked as an independent marketing consultant for over 100 tech/gadget companies and, according to the Internet – she invented the Swiffer.