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CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX7484S
September 23, 2019
A halo, an optical phenomena from sunlight and ice crystals, rises above Goldberg group mountains, seen...
RAURIS, Austria
The Wider Image: Scientists race to read Austria's melting climate archive
A halo, an optical phenomena from sunlight and ice crystals, rises above Goldberg group mountains, seen from Sonnblick summit at 3,106 meters above sea level, in the Hohe Tauern mountain range near Rauris, Austria, November 23, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner SEARCH "AUSTRIA GLACIERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POPE-MADAGASCAR/YOUTH
RTS2PJNU
September 07, 2019
People are seen ahead of Pope Francis' arrival for a prayer vigil with youth at the Soamandrakizay Mess...
Antananarivo, Madagascar
Pope Francis attends a prayer vigil with youth at the Soamandrakizay Mess site in Antananarivo
People are seen ahead of Pope Francis' arrival for a prayer vigil with youth at the Soamandrakizay Mess site in Antananarivo, Madagascar, September 7, 2019. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
AUCTION-GOLD/
RTX6EUJ2
October 12, 2018
A Sotheby's employee poses with a gold Gold Monochrome Canvas by Yves Klein during a photocall for 'The...
London, United Kingdom
A Sotheby's employee poses with a gold Gold Monochrome Canvas by Yves Klein during a photocall for 'The...
A Sotheby's employee poses with a gold Gold Monochrome Canvas by Yves Klein during a photocall for 'The Midas Touch' collection Sotheby's in London, Britain, October 12, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTX4Z7KK
February 27, 2018
A horse stands in a snow covered field in Keele, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Carl...
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, United Kingdom
A horse stands in a snow covered field in Keele, Newcastle-under-Lyme
A horse stands in a snow covered field in Keele, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Britain, February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Carl Recine TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX4XUXI
February 20, 2018
Clouds gather over a soybean plantation near Tocantinia, Brazil February 19, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino...
TOCANTINIA, Brazil
Clouds gather over a soybean plantation near Tocantinia
Clouds gather over a soybean plantation near Tocantinia, Brazil February 19, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-WEATHER/
RTX49BIO
January 12, 2018
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn, New...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., January 12, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-WEATHER/
RTX498NE
January 12, 2018
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn, New...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Bridge is seen partially in fog from in front of the Manhattan skyline in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., January 12, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-VILLAGE
RTS1FE21
October 06, 2017
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party remove a government billboard displaying George Soros...
Budapest, Hungary
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party remove a government billboard in Budapest
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party remove a government billboard displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urning Hungarians to take part in a national consultation about what it calls a plan by the Hungarian-born financier to settle a million migrants in Europe per year, in Budapest, Hungary, October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-VILLAGE
RTS1FE1U
October 06, 2017
A man rides his moped past a government billboard displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message...
Szolnok, Hungary
A man rides his moped past a government billboard in Szolnok
A man rides his moped past a government billboard displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urging Hungarians to take part in a national consultation about what it calls a plan by the Hungarian-born financier to settle a million migrants in Europe per year, in Szolnok, Hungary, October 2, 2017. Picture taken October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-VILLAGE
RTS1FE1S
October 06, 2017
A government billboard is seen displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urning Hungarians...
Budapest, Hungary
A government billboard is seen in Budapest
A government billboard is seen displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urning Hungarians to take part in a national consultation about what it calls a plan by the Hungarian-born financier to settle a million migrants in Europe per year, in Budapest, Hungary, October 4, 2017. Picture taken October 4, 2017. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-VILLAGE
RTS1FE1R
October 06, 2017
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party removes a government billboard displaying George Soros...
Budapest, Hungary
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party removes a government billboard in Budapest
Activists of Egyutt (Together) opposition party removes a government billboard displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urning Hungarians to take part in a national consultation about what it calls a plan by the Hungarian-born financier to settle a million migrants in Europe per year, in Budapest, Hungary, October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-VILLAGE
RTS1FE1P
October 06, 2017
A government billboard is seen on the side of a house displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a...
Budapest, Hungary
A government billboard is seen on the side of a house in Budapest
A government billboard is seen on the side of a house displaying George Soros in monochrome next to a message urging Hungarians to take part in a national consultation about what it calls a plan by the Hungarian-born financier to settle a million migrants in Europe per year, in Budapest, Hungary, October 4, 2017. Picture taken October 4, 2017. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
FRANCE-ODDLY/
RTX33WCW
April 03, 2017
Drops of water are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan, France, April 3, 2017....
LEOGNAN, France
Water droplets are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan
Drops of water are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan, France, April 3, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-ODDLY/
RTX33WC2
April 03, 2017
Drops of water are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan, France, April 3, 2017....
LEOGNAN, France
Water droplets are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan
Drops of water are seen on a spider's web at the Chateau La Louviere in Leognan, France, April 3, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-WEATHER/
RTSYYYY
February 16, 2017
Sunlight reflects on the water's surface as people sit on chairs on a warm and sunny day on the Promenade...
Nice, France
Sunlight reflects on the water's surface as people sit on chairs on a warm and sunny day on the Promenade...
Sunlight reflects on the water's surface as people sit on chairs on a warm and sunny day on the Promenade Des Anglais in Nice, France, February 16, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
New York Fashion Week
New York Fashion Week
Day One - 06 Feb 2014
73 PICTURES
GERMANY-LEICA/
RTX13S7U
September 20, 2013
An employee of German camera manufacturer Leica checks a monochrome camera from Leica's M series at the...
Solms, Germany
An employee of German camera manufacturer Leica checks a monochrome camera from Leica's M series at the...
An employee of German camera manufacturer Leica checks a monochrome camera from Leica's M series at the Leica production site in Solms, 70km south-east of Frankfurt, September 13, 2013. Leica produces its M, S and X series at their headquarters in Solms. Oskar Barnack developed the first 35mm film camera 99 years ago. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
New York Fashion Week
New York Fashion Week
Day Four - 08 Sep 2013
64 PICTURES
GERMANY/
RTR3CW86
January 24, 2013
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first monochrome...
Berlin, Germany
Application engineer Baum of Plastic Logic poses with world's first monochrome flexible plastic display...
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first monochrome flexible plastic display based on an active matrix of organic TFTs ( thin film transistors) at their production facility in Dresden January 17, 2013. Plastic Logic have developed the world's first flexible, extremely robust plastic monochrome or colour display that can be used as e-paper, built into tablets or can enable robust mobile devices. Picture taken January 17, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3CW84
January 24, 2013
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first colour...
Berlin, Germany
Application engineer Baum of Plastic Logic poses with world's first colour flexible plastic display at...
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first colour flexible plastic display based on an active matrix of organic TFTs ( thin film transistors) at their production facility in Dresden January 17, 2013. Plastic Logic have developed the world's first flexible, extremely robust plastic monochrome or colour display that can be used as e-paper, built into tablets or can enable robust mobile devices. Picture taken January 17, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3CW81
January 24, 2013
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first monochrome...
Berlin, Germany
Application engineer Baum of Plastic Logic poses with world's first monochrome flexible plastic display...
Application engineer Daniel Baum of Plastic Logic company poses with a sample of the world's first monochrome flexible plastic display based on an active matrix of organic TFTs ( thin film transistors) at their production facility in Dresden January 17, 2013. Plastic Logic have developed the world's first flexible, extremely robust plastic monochrome or colour display that can be used as e-paper, built into tablets or can enable robust mobile devices. Picture taken January 17, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PLH
October 28, 2012
An Amazon Kindle (L-R), a Bookeen Cybook Odyssey, and a Sony Reader, all of which use technology developed...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
An Amazon Kindle, a Bookeen Cybook Odyssey, and a Sony Reader are pictured at E Ink Corporation in Cambridge...
An Amazon Kindle (L-R), a Bookeen Cybook Odyssey, and a Sony Reader, all of which use technology developed by E Ink, are pictured at E Ink Corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PLF
October 28, 2012
Several products that use technology developed by E Ink Corporation are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Several products that use technology developed by E Ink Corporation are pictured in Cambridge
Several products that use technology developed by E Ink Corporation are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PLE
October 28, 2012
The Seiko Active Matrix EPD watch, which uses active matrix technology developed by E Ink Corporation,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
The Seiko Active Matrix EPD watch, which uses active matrix technology developed by E Ink Corporation,...
The Seiko Active Matrix EPD watch, which uses active matrix technology developed by E Ink Corporation, is pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PLD
October 28, 2012
The Phosphor World Time watch, which uses E Ink's segmented display, and the Seiko Active Matrix EPD...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
The Phosphor World Time watch and the Seiko Active Matrix EPD watch are pictured in Cambridge
The Phosphor World Time watch, which uses E Ink's segmented display, and the Seiko Active Matrix EPD watch, which uses active matrix technology developed by E Ink Corporation, are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PLA
October 28, 2012
E Ink Corporation's logo is pictured in their offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
A sign is pictured in the offices of the E Ink Corporation in Cambridge
E Ink Corporation's logo is pictured in their offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PL5
October 28, 2012
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on the home screens of Nook readers from Barnes...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on home screens of Nook readers from Barnes &...
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on the home screens of Nook readers from Barnes & Noble, which use technology developed by E Ink Corporation, in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PL4
October 28, 2012
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble, Bookeen, and Amazon, which all...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble, Bookeen, and Amazon are pictured...
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble, Bookeen, and Amazon, which all use technology developed by E Ink Corporation, are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PL3
October 28, 2012
A portrait of Walt Whitman is shown on the home screen of a Nook reader from Barnes & Noble, which uses...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Portrait of Walt Whitman is shown on home screen of Nook reader from Barnes & Noble in Cambridge
A portrait of Walt Whitman is shown on the home screen of a Nook reader from Barnes & Noble, which uses technology developed by E Ink Corporation, in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PL2
October 28, 2012
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on the home screens of Nook readers from Barnes...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on the home screens of Nook readers from Barnes...
Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman are shown on the home screens of Nook readers from Barnes & Noble, which use technology developed by E Ink Corporation, in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PKV
October 28, 2012
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as an Amazon Kindle, which all use technology developed by E...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as an Amazon Kindle are pictured in Cambridge
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as an Amazon Kindle, which all use technology developed by E Ink Corporation, are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
EREADERS-FUTURE/
RTR39PKU
October 28, 2012
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble and Bookeen, which all use technology...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble and Bookeen are pictured in Cambridge...
Watches from Seiko and Phosphor as well as readers from Barnes & Noble and Bookeen, which all use technology developed by E Ink Corporation, are pictured in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 25, 2012. Amidst our growing love affair with the tablet, spare a thought for its increasingly shelfbound sibling: the e-reader. Take Taiwan's E Ink Holdings Inc, which makes most of the monochrome displays for devices such as Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Inc's Nook. After five years of heady growth during which shipments rose 100-fold, it got a jolt at the end of 2011 when monthly revenues dropped 91 percent in two months. E-readers initially benefited from their reflective displays, which can be read in sunlight and require very little power. But the success of Apple Inc's iPad, improved backlit displays, power-saving technologies and new smaller tablets all point to one thing: the e-reader has become a transitional technology. Picture taken October 25, 2012. To match Analysis EREADERS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SYU
May 29, 2012
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SY4
May 29, 2012
The plastic shell and keyboard of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne,...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne
The plastic shell and keyboard of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SXT
May 29, 2012
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SXM
May 29, 2012
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SXH
May 29, 2012
Telephone cables lay on the floor as a man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
Telephone cables lay on the floor as a man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to...
Telephone cables lay on the floor as a man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SXA
May 29, 2012
A man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into their components...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into their components...
A man works near a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SX3
May 29, 2012
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling...
French Minitel terminals are stacked while waiting to be broken down into their components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
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May 29, 2012
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SWP
May 29, 2012
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals, which are broken down into its components, are collected...
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SWO
May 29, 2012
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals, which are broken down into its components, are collected...
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SV3
May 29, 2012
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals, which are broken down into its components, are collected...
Circuit boards from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SUP
May 29, 2012
The plastic shell and keyboard of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne,...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne
The plastic shell and keyboard of a French Minitel terminal is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SUG
May 29, 2012
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling...
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32STP
May 29, 2012
A man separates components from a French Minitel terminal which are to be broken down for recycling in...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man separates components from a French Minitel terminal which are broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne...
A man separates components from a French Minitel terminal which are to be broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32STD
May 29, 2012
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components for...
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32ST7
May 29, 2012
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components for...
A man works with screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SSX
May 29, 2012
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components...
A man works behind a stack of French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SY1
May 28, 2012
A circuit board, screen and plastic front from a French Minitel terminal which are broken down into its...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
A circuit board, screen and plastic front from a French Minitel terminal, which are broken down into...
A circuit board, screen and plastic front from a French Minitel terminal which are broken down into its components, are collected for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SUV
May 28, 2012
Screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components, are collected...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
Screens from French Minitel terminals which are broken down into its components, are collected for recycling...
Screens from French Minitel terminals which are to be broken down into its components, are collected for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINITEL/
RTR32SU0
May 28, 2012
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling...
PORTET-SUR-GARONNE, France
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling...
The plastic shell of a French Minitel terminal moves on a conveyor belt as it is broken down for recycling in Portet-Sur-Garonne, southwestern France May 23, 2012. The Minitel, the box-like terminal with a keyboard and monochrome screen, was introduced on the market in 1982 by telecommunications operator France Telecom and used by the French to get information as a phone directory or to purchase train tickets. Although there are between 600,000 - 700,000 of the units still in use, the Minitel service will end on June 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR31VVR
May 10, 2012
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, prepares to present the Leica...
Berlin, Germany
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, prepares to present the Leica...
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, prepares to present the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VVH
May 10, 2012
The back of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame,...
Berlin, Germany
The back of the Leica M Monochrom camera at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event...
The back of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VVF
May 10, 2012
The front of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame,...
Berlin, Germany
The front of the Leica M Monochrom camera at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event...
The front of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VVB
May 10, 2012
A combination of two pictures shows the front and the back of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's...
Berlin, Germany
A combination of two pictures shows the front and the back of the Leica M Monochrom camera at the "Leica...
A combination of two pictures shows the front and the back of the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VV9
May 10, 2012
A guest tests the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame,...
Berlin, Germany
A guest tests the Leica M Monochrom camera at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event...
A guest tests the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VV8
May 10, 2012
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Berlin, Germany
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VUQ
May 10, 2012
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Berlin, Germany
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR31VUP
May 10, 2012
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Berlin, Germany
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom...
Andreas Kaufmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG, presents the Leica M Monochrom camera, the world's first digital camera exclusively for full-frame, 35mm black-and-white photography, at the "Leica - Das Wesentliche" (Leica - The Essential) event in Berlin May 10, 2012. The latest camera of the Leica M-System has an 18-megapixel monochrome image sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 32 to ISO 3200. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
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