Photo sharing archive

  • Nokia enhance Nseries with Adobe and Flickr partnerships

    Nokia enhance Nseries with Adobe and Flickr partnerships

    By 25 April 2006

    Aside from launching three new handsets and three new Bluetooth headsets today at a press conference in Berlin, Nokia has also announced two software partnerships to help it offer its users something over and above other handset manufactures. The first...

  • Cameras

    Google launches Picasa in Europe

    By 23 September 2005

    Google has released its photo management software package, Picasa, across six European countries today including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and The Netherlands. For those not in the know, Piscasa is the free photo management software application...

  • Online

    Photobox heading to a living room near you

    By 13 May 2005

    Photobox has launched a TV compatible photo sharing and print ordering service in the UK. The service, which is part of Online Spotlight, the internet access section of Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition means that at the touch of a few buttons...

  • Phones

    T-Mobile and Kodak bring EasyShare gallery to mobiles at 3GSM

    By 14 February 2005

    T-Mobile and Kodak have teamed up together to bring the Kodak EasyShare Gallery to a T-mobile phone near you. The service will allow T-Mobile customers to upload, organize and store multimedia content from their mobile phone or via the internet as well...

  • Online

    Ofoto changes to Kodak Gallery

    By 9 February 2005

    OFOTO has announced from the end of next month (31 March) it will be changing its name to the Kodak Easyshare Gallery. By the looks of things the service will stay the same online however for owners of the new KODAK EASYSHARE-ONE zoom digital cameras...

  • Google adds new features to its Picasa photo service

    Google adds new features to its Picasa photo service

    By 18 January 2005

    Google has added a host of new features to its photo imaging service, Picasa including the ability to email pictures to others via its Gmail service. Google bought Picasa last summer to improve photo-publishing on its web log service Blogger. The latest...

  • HP creates Britain’s first National Photo Album

    HP creates Britain’s first National Photo Album

    By 13 April 2004

    HP has today announced the launch of the ‘HP National Photo Album', one of the most ambitious public archiving projects in recent history. The digital photography company is urging the nation to dust off its old photograph albums and rummage through...