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Eye-Fi announce 3 new WiFi SD cards: hotspots and geotagging

Eye-Fi announce 3 new WiFi SD cards: hotspots and geotagging

Eye-Fi have announced an update to their range of WiFi-equipped SD memory cards. Now split into three models - Explore, Share and Home - various degrees of hotspot and geotagging are on offer. The top-end Explore sees Eye-Fi partner with hotspot company Wayport, allowing for automatic photo uploads in around 10,000 US hotspots. It also supports Skyhook's pseudo-GPS WiFi triangulation system to give each image location data.

Eye-Fi Team up Nikon to bring Eye-Fi-Connected’s D60

Eye-Fi Team up Nikon to bring Eye-Fi-Connected’s D60

EYE-FI, the world’s first wireless memory card that we have covered back in a few articles then, like the FCC approval or review wound-up, if that jog your memory, has teamed up with Nikon to bring you the same technology on the newly announced D60. The D60 will be the first ‘Eye-Fi Connected ’ digital camera that allows direct wireless images transfer straight from the camera to the photo sharing sites or computer.

Eye-Fi WiFi SD card review roundup

Eye-Fi WiFi SD card review roundup

Eye-Fi's WiFi-toting SD card looks ostensibly like the cure to the age-old "oh, the photos are all on the camera still" problem - not only does it pack 2GB of storage but can wirelessly offload all the images when it comes into range of a suitable network.  The hands-on reports have been pretty favourable, too, although it would be wrong to say that Eye-Fi have scored a complete touchdown.

Eye-Fi gets an upgrade, FCC approval

Eye-Fi gets an upgrade, FCC approval

Think back, way back to last August when we brought you news of a cool SD card that not only stores your pictures, but sends them via WiFi to your computer. Well, said card has finally gotten the thumbs-up from the FCC, so we should expect to hear about an actual release date sometime in the near future.

Eyefi’s Mobi app arrives for Windows Phone

Eyefi’s Mobi app arrives for Windows Phone

Eyefi's Mobi app has finally arrived for Windows Phone, lending them the same features that have been enjoyed by iOS and Android users. The app arrived in the Windows Phone store on Wednesday, but you'll need to be running Windows Phone 8.1 in order to use it. All of the basic features come with it, such as transferring files from the SD card to your Windows Phone (the whole reason for the app), but it does appear some of the more advanced features found on the other apps aren't yet available on the Windows Phone version.

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Eyefi adds integration for Olympus and GoPro cameras

Eyefi adds integration for Olympus and GoPro cameras

On Tuesday, Eyefi announced integration for Olympus cameras with WiFi and GoPro cameras. Those with a HERO or applicable Olympus digital camera will be able to use Eyefi to immediately transfer and organize their content along with any content taken with their smartphone when using the maker's Mobi WiFi SD card. This makes it faster to get content off the SD card and into an organized system for later access and use, and comes with some benefits like patterns and smart tags.

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Apple Photos hands-on: Yosemite’s iCloud-loving image app

Apple Photos hands-on: Yosemite’s iCloud-loving image app

Goodbye iPhoto, hello Photos. Apple has revealed a new, cloud-centric photo management and editing app for OS X Yosemite, recognizing the changing ways people take and organize photos, and the rise of the smartphone camera. Built completely afresh, Photos is set to be baked into OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, due for release this spring, but will be offered in the developer build from today. Most critically, with iPhotos and, also confirmed today, Aperture being given their retirement papers, Photos wants to satisfy both novice and expert photographers alike. I've been taking an early look, to see if Apple really has struck the perfect balance between usability and functionality.

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Ricoh PENTAX XG-1 is a compact for advancing beginners

Ricoh PENTAX XG-1 is a compact for advancing beginners

These days, it isn't enough for mass consumer digital cameras to boast megapixel counts or lens measurements. To fend off the smartphone invasion, they also need to be as portable as these mobile devices, but also more powerful in their chosen field. Ricoh has just announced the PENTAX XG-1, a digital camera that sings to beginners who want a bit more out of a camera than what compacts and high-end smartphones can provide.

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Eyefi Cloud Review with Eyefi Mobi

Eyefi Cloud Review with Eyefi Mobi

Eyefi doesn't believe the instant gratification of automatic photo sharing should be limited to smartphone photographers, and Eyefi Cloud is the way it aims to give that same satisfaction to those sticking with dedicated cameras. Building on last year's Eyefi Mobi WiFi-enabled SD card, Eyefi Cloud promises swift organization and simple sharing in addition to the convenience of having every photo you take accessible from all of your devices. Ambitious stuff, but has Eyefi managed to make it user-friendly? Read on for our review.

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