Digital Photo Frame

Fujifilm unveils FinePix REAL 3D V3 glasses-free 3D photo frame

Fujifilm unveils FinePix REAL 3D V3 glasses-free 3D photo frame

Since there are a growing number of smartphones and devices touting the ability to capture 3D images and videos, there ought to be more ways to display and share them as well. And that's what Fujifilm has to offer with its latest FinePix REAL 3D V3 digital viewer that's essentially a digital photo frame capable of displaying glasses-free 3D images and videos.

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Isabella Products 3G Photo Frame hits Europe in early 2012

Isabella Products 3G Photo Frame hits Europe in early 2012

Isabella Products - the firm behind the Vizit 3G-enabled photo frame and the Isabella Mini 3G dongle to turn your TV or dumb digital photo frame into a wirelessly-connected photo viewer - has confirmed it's bringing its range to Europe, with the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain the first to get their hands on the connected kit. The Euro Vizit and Mini will use Vodafone's network when they arrive in early 2012, allowing owners to send photos wirelessly either direct from their smartphones or via email.

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Isabella Mini promises instant photo sharing on your dumb digital frame or TV

Isabella Mini promises instant photo sharing on your dumb digital frame or TV

Connected digital photo frame manufacturer Isabella Products has launched their latest product, the Isabella Mini, and the USB dongle promises to make regular digital frames and TVs wireless-aware. Inside is an AT&T modem and support for Isabella's VizitMe wireless photo sharing service: users will be able to receive emailed or MMS'd photos direct to the screen from their contacts, as well as from online galleries like Photobucket.

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Peek-powered phones, PMPs & digital photo frames in licensing future

Peek-powered phones, PMPs & digital photo frames in licensing future

Simplistic messaging company Peek is looking to move away from standalone hardware and instead position itself as a software provider for budget-smartphone and consumer electronics manufacturers. CEO Amol Sarva told GigaOm that Peek's power-frugral software - which offers support for push-email, location-based services and basic social networking integration, all on 100MHz chips - is set to arrive on five phones in the next month, and on thirty by the end of 2011.

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Epson PictureMate Show Digital Photo Frame and Printer Available Now

Epson PictureMate Show Digital Photo Frame and Printer Available Now

For some people, a digital photo frame is exactly what they're looking for this holiday season. For others, it's a gadget that just do enough to warrant a purchase. Epson decided to make not only a digital photo frame, but also attach a photo printer on their for good measure, which the company hopes will catch the eye of anyone who wants a quick and easy way to not only show off their pictures, but also print them off.

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Panasonic MW-20 digital photo frame doubles as iPhone speaker-dock

Panasonic MW-20 digital photo frame doubles as iPhone speaker-dock

Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised; Panasonic's latest digital photo frame has sprouted an iPhone dock, allowing you to not only display images stored on its 2GB of internal storage but any pictures on the Apple smartphone.  The Panasonic MW-20 has a 9-inch LCD display on an adjustable hinge, and also works as a speaker-dock thanks to its 5.6-mm Super Slim Semi Dome Speaker and sound diffuser.

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Qualcomm AR Digital Photo Frame demo [Video] [Updated]

Qualcomm AR Digital Photo Frame demo [Video] [Updated]

Qualcomm are holding their annual IQ event in London today, and while the company has confirmed that their 1.5GHz Snapdragon chipset for smartphones and tablets is due in Q1 2011 (Update: the 1.5GHz actually won't be until near the end of 2011; the 1.2GHz will arrive in Q1 2011) more interesting perhaps is their AR photo frame demo. Currently running as an Android app, the system allows users to take a photo on their smartphone, point the handset's camera at a digital photo frame, and then instantly squirt the image over to it.

Update: Technical details added after the cut

Video demo after the cut

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