Kodak has announced a deal with AOL that will enable it to deliver photographs over the Internet. The service, called 'You've got pictures', will enable AOL memebers to recieve their Kodak prints digitally. The companies will share revenues from the three-year scheme, due to start in the US in the autumn. Company spokesmen were unavailable for comment on a possibly UK launch date.
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