Kodak is a fine line and is doing everything to your efforts to obtain money or at least stop losing. In November the U.S. company sold its sensors to Platinum Equity in early February and stopped production of digital cameras.Days ago the New York company would have entered negotiations to sell Kodak Gallery , your online photo service. As reported in various media all user accounts and photos submitted would be transferred to Shutterfly, a company that would disburse 23.8 million in the transaction. So far there is little information on the subject, but if the sale is confirmed Kodak would be transferring a base of approximately 75 million users. Service customers who do not want to bring your images to Shutterfly have the option to export your data to other platforms. On the Web is also said that negotiations are still not close because Kodak wait for other buyers to bid higher than Shutterfly . Will have to see if another company is interested or sees a promising future in Kodak Gallery. For now the only salvation for Kodak to avoid falling into the abyss would be the business of photo printers for the home, although those items could be affected by Apple’s intention to sue the old giant photo. When there are updates keep you informed. Track | Business Wire | The Verge.