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Legacy Photomax solution for photo storage

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-08 01:17:00
Legacy Photomax solution for photo storage : Although the final figures aren’t yet tallied, the 2006 holiday season was a very good one for digital cameras. Chances are that in just about every household, one was either given as a gift, or received. So, now that all these new digital photographers are shooting away, what are they going to do with all the images? They don't know either! Millions of digital photos are taken every day, with the figure growing exponentially. The biggest problem most of us face is storage. What to do with all of these photos? LegacyPhotomax has the solution for the digital photo storage dilemma. The best time to start organizing the photos is before they're spread out all over the place.


dotPhoto pictavision for Webshots

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-03-31 08:06:00
dotPhoto pictavision for Webshots : Today dotPhoto, a leading provider of photo, video, and multimedia applications, content, and services for wireless users, announced pictavision for Webshots, a new version based on the award-winning pictavision wireless application currently deployed on over 20 wireless carriers worldwide. Webshots’ web site, with 19.5 million monthly visitors, and over 350 million photos to explore, is a visually engaging and trusted place to take a break, share and explore, and connect with others. Pictavision for Webshots makes it quick and easy for camera phone users worldwide to shoot photos; upload them to Webshots; and view Webshots' galleries, albums and other photo offerings from their mobile phones.


Scrapblog online photo sharing site

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-03-31 07:04:00
Scrapblog online photo-sharing site : Scrapblog, LLC today launched the first online application that goes beyond the status quo of online photo-sharing sites to incorporate the tradition and storytelling capability of scrapbooking and the power of blogging, unrivaled in its ability to convey thought, mood and emotion. Designed to offer more creativity and interaction than photo-sharing sites, Scrapblog is a free service developed for parents, students, vacationers, sports fans and anyone interested in sharing life's memories and experiences with friends and family in real-time. Users can easily upload, move, rotate and resize images on a page, and group and decorate photos and pages to create online scrapbooks for individual events.


BigStockPhoto low-cost royalty-free stock images

Mark Peters : 2006-03-20 00:01:00
Big Stock Photo low-cost royalty free stock images : Big Stock Photo, a provider in low-cost stock images, has proven itself to be a noteworthy force within the royalty-free stock photography industry. Since launching in fall of 2004, BigStockPhoto now has over 270,000 images in its collection, with 10,000 new photos added weekly and 40,000 users. New features are added frequently, including this month’s download shopping cart, streamlined licensing agreements, and premium co-branded affiliate sites. “Besides the major growth and feature improvements that have made BigStockPhoto a recognized player in the industry, sales revenues have improved near 10% per week many times lately,” said BigStockPhoto co-founder and CEO, Tim Donahue.


Wal-Mart Online Photo Service

Mark Peters : 2006-03-07 22:41:48
Wal-Mart Online Photo Service : Wal-Mart announced that its industry-leading online photo service will be enhanced this fall through a new relationship with HP's Snapfish and Fujifilm. HP's Snapfish will now provide the online sharing and storing experience for Wal-Mart customers, while Fujifilm will provide the services that link Web ordering to in-store fulfillment throughout the Wal-Mart and Sam's Club photo network. The updated online service, set to launch in Fall 2006, will provide Wal- Mart customers with a greatly enhanced, easy and affordable way to upload, share, store and get high-quality prints from their digital photos. Prints will be available for home delivery or for pick-up, at more than 3,500 Wal-Mart locations.


PhotoVu offers extra services via RSS technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-03-02 18:30:00
PhotoVu offers extra services via RSS technology : Today PhotoVu, the leading wireless digital picture frame company, announced a major new software release enabling PhotoVu owners to download public content from four popular photo sharing services. Using RSS technology available from these select services, the PhotoVu can automatically download and synchronize an unbelievably diverse variety of photo content which is freely available in the public domain. All PhotoVu digital picture frames require no additional image manipulation or software installation. Consumer and business users can display thousands of digital photos or other digital content stored on any Windows or Macintosh computer that has a network connection.


ProtectMyPhotos online photo backup service

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-03-02 16:40:00
ProtectMyPhotos online photo backup service : ProtectMyPhotos launched its new online photo backup service, coinciding with the PMA 2006 convention. The company is focused on providing the most complete photo protection service for consumers. ProtectMyPhotos automatically uploads users' digital photos using their broadband connection, and continues to check for additions and changes. Photos are stored at secure datacenters in two geographic locations, and customers can access them anytime via the Web. In the event of data loss, photos are easily restored to their original form. Rare for online storage, ProtectMyPhotos also ensures pictures are restored with their original file locations and dates and with no reduction of quality.


Mitsubishi unveils two digital photo kiosk systems

Mark Peters : 2006-03-01 19:10:00
Mitsubishi USA unveils two digital photo kiosk systems : Bolstering its commitment to advancing the state of the art of digital imaging technology, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Photo Imaging Division today unveiled the Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 and DPS Kiosk 7000. The new photo kiosks bring high-performance digital photo processing solutions to greater levels of affordability and accessibility for imaging retailers and on-site event photographers. “We are excited to offer imaging retailers and on-site event photographers these opportunities to capitalize on the increasing consumer demand for digital prints,” said Margie Chiaramonte, marketing manager, Mitsubishi’s Photo Imaging Division.






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