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Eye-Fi Wireless cards Updated

At Photokina 2008, enhancements for the wireless Eye-Fi cards were made

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At Photokina 2008, enhancements for the wireless Eye-Fi cards were made. Apart from a significant speed boost, Eye-Fi users willnow  be able to upload photos to Apple’s MobileMe and AdoramaPix. By using the updated Eye-Fi Manager Web application, users can add the following services to their cards:

      Web Sharing – Users who have an Eye-Fi Home card can add Eye-Fi’s popular Web sharing service to send photos directly from their camera to one of more than 20 online photo sharing, printing, social networking or blogging sites using a wireless network, saving the time and hassle of manually uploading from the computer. Annual service fee: $9.99.

      Geotagging – Users who have an Eye-Fi Home or Share card can add geotagging to their card.

      Geotagging invisibly adds geographic information indicating where the photo was taken, allowing users to map where their memories were captured. Annual service fee: $14.99.

      Hotspot Access – Users who have an Eye-Fi Share card can upgrade their card to automatically upload photos away from home at more than 10,000 Wayport hotspots and through open hotspots. Annual service fee: $14.99.

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