The Way We Deal With Photos Is Broken. This Company Wants to Fix It

Think back to the last wedding you went to. Or the last birthday party. Even the last nice dinner. Odds are you took multiple photos, dozens even. Maybe you even uploaded one to Instagram. But have you looked at any of them since? Or sent them to anyone? Probably not. And if you did, it wasn't particularly easy. »10/28/14 11:00am10/28/14 11:00am


Motorola Embeds CDMA Femtocell into Digital Photo Frame

I have to hand it to the guys at Motorola for coming up with the idea to integrate a femtocell and a VoIP soft phone into a digital photo frame. Femtocells »9/24/08 5:20pm9/24/08 5:20pm help cover weak spots in a cellular network by sending calls over the internet—which is a good idea except that it would involve yet another device cluttering up…

RealEase Shogo Frame Is First With Touchscreen and Wi-Fi

Though we're prone to turn our nose up at the majority of digital picture frames, this one doesn't smell so bad. The Euro-born Shogo by RealEase is like an oversized PDA with built-in Wi-Fi and an intuitive touch interface. You can subscribe to public Flickr feeds, download weather forecasts, stream internet radio.… »1/08/08 1:08pm1/08/08 1:08pm

Polaroid Unveils 2008 Lineup: Media Storage, TV and Digital Imaging

Polaroid's CES lineup is a little on the underwhelming side, but there are a few products that are worth a quick mention. These products include the Freescape Media Exchange, the Freescape mobile player, a full-HD widescreen LCD TV, a Wi-Fi digital frame and an 8.0 megapixel camera. More details after the break.
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Digital Foci Set To Launch 3 New "Image Moments" Digital Frames

Digital photo frames might not be the most exciting gadgets on the planet, but they're one of those products everyone can get into —even Grandma. So lets get to the newness, shall we? Digital Foci is set to introduce three new frames at this year's CES. The best of the bunch is definitely the Image Moments 15 with a… »12/27/07 8:00pm12/27/07 8:00pm

eNecessities Digital Photo Cube for Giveaway Swagmeisters

You know digital photo frames are getting to be a commodity when they're designed for corporations to give them away as branding tools. That's what the eNecessities photo cube is, with its 1x1-inch LCD screen and 1.5 inches of space for branding just above that display. It holds about 30 digital photos, fed into it… »2/20/07 12:15pm2/20/07 12:15pm