Sad. But this should be a lesson for today’s larger tech companies: keep innovating or die a slow, dull death.

And as a bonus lesson: patent lawsuits will not save you.

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    Listen up RIM, Google, and Apple
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    Sad.
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    What is truly sad about the Kodak bankruptcy and the fact that it is largely due to the digital revolution is that Kodak...
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    fairly good run, but it’s time to let grandpa die.
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    Like Polaroid, Kodak made great film and briefly flirted with decent cameras, but failed to excel at making other...
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    I would be sad, but I can’t remember the sat time I bought, used, or even SAW a Kodak product.
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    The last kodak moment.
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    This was something inevitable, like the death of the typewriter. I found...excerpt...
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    Very sad, but it is true innovation is everything.
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