Someone finally found a good use for a digital picture frame. The Telepresence Frame by Revital Cohen displays a live-feed of a patient's vital stats for his or her entire family to see. Cohen, an artist studying the increasing relationship between humans and machines, shows through the frame that a patient on life… »
The Pitch: D-Link has announced the DSM-210 — a new high res 10-inch LCD photo frame that features a website and a drag-and-drop desktop widget to help users manage their photos and download RSS feeds. It also includes slots for USB and memory cards and Wi-Fi or Ethernet connectivity. Available Q1 of 2008 for $249.
Here's one more way to send photos to a digital photo frame: The Parrot DF7700 thinks it's a cellphone—it even has its own phone number—and you can send it pics in an MMS message from any other cellphone. Its 7-inch frame (a similar 7" Bluetooth-friendly frame is pictured here) is big enough to show you just how bad… »
The ugly duckling of digital photo frames, the PF Digital eStarling, has gone into full recall mode, where its online retailer ThinkGeek will graciously exchange all of the original defective units that were shipped with a new version 2.0 model sometime next month. It looks like most of the problems with the first… »
OMG, like, you don't have a digital picture frame? Dude, they're totally the sh*t these days. Long a niche, nerd product as user-friendly as a graphing calculator, the digital frame has gone mainstream—as evidenced by Kodak getting into the biz. »
This is one of the few digital frames out there that I would consider thinking about possibly buying, if I had the extra money, of course. I'm not a big fan of this whole digital frame movement, but this one is a bit different because it is more useful. The Digiframe can store 22 pictures that run as a slide slow. It… »