Eye-Fi wireless memory cards get new wi-fi hotspot support

You may have heard of the Eye-Fi range of wireless memory cards; featuring an "endless memory" mode, they automatically back-up your digital camera photos and videos online when you're in range of a wi-fi network, meaning you should never run…

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Gerald LynchEye-Fi wireless memory cards get new wi-fi hotspot support

Eye-Fi X2 wireless memory cards get UK release

The Eye-Fi X2 range of wireless memory cards, first seen at this year's CES, will now be available to purchase in the UK from April. Each memory card can remotely upload your files over a wireless connection and remove uploaded…

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Gerald LynchEye-Fi X2 wireless memory cards get UK release

New Toshiba UX600 LED TV features built-in Wi-Fi

Toshiba have just announced a brand spanking new LED backlit TV. Available in 40, 46 and 55 inch models, the UX600 sets itself apart from the crowd thanks to its built in Wi-Fi adaptor. As this is a so-called "connected…

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Gerald LynchNew Toshiba UX600 LED TV features built-in Wi-Fi

Kodak launch EASYSHARE M580 digital camera

Kodak have launched the EASYSHARE M580 digital camera range. Perfect for snappers who like to share their pictures as soon as they've been captured, its features include quick upload functions to sites like Facebook and Flickr. In terms of hardware,…

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Gerald LynchKodak launch EASYSHARE M580 digital camera

MWC 2010: Day 2 Round Up

Day two of Barcelona's Mobile World Congress is drawing to a close. Here's the round up of today's biggest stories, including HTC's latest range of smartphones and Orange's plans for crystal-clear mobile calls. HTC Legend gets UK release date, but…

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Gerald LynchMWC 2010: Day 2 Round Up

MWC 2010: HTC Legend gets UK release date, but US will have to wait

HTC's Legend handset has gotten its official reveal at MWC 2010. It's a beauty, but while Brits only have to wait till April to get their mitts on one, there is no release date set for US buyers. The Legend…

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Gerald LynchMWC 2010: HTC Legend gets UK release date, but US will have to wait

Flickr available as iPhone app

Yahoo! has announced Flickr as a mobile application for the iPhone. Though you can already access it via the iPhone’s browser, the bespoke iPhone app offers much better functionality – plus it’s free. The Flickr iPhone app offers a slideshow of pics, an easy upload button on the home page and straightforward search.

The end result is that getting hold of others’ snaps and sharing your own is much easier than before. Shame though that the iPhone’s camera is still behind some of its competitors. Apple iPhone users can download the app through the iTunes App store. Flickr also has a mobile Web site at http://m.flickr.com. Further Information: http://mobile.yahoo.com/Flickr.

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shinychrisFlickr available as iPhone app