Eye-Fi has announced two new wireless SD memory cards that will upload content directly from your PC or digital camera to the Internet.

Both photos and videos can be automatically uploaded to popular sites like Flickr and YouTube.

"The magic of Eye-Fi’s new cards is that they work with the camera you already own to capture photos - and now videos - and send them directly to the Web for sharing", said Jef Holove, CEO for Eye-Fi.

The 4GB Eye-Fi "Share Video" and Eye-Fi "Explore Video" cards are both able to upload photos and videos directly to one of more than 20 online photo sharing and social networking sites.

However, the Eye-Fi Explore Video card also has the added functionality of automatically geotagging content with location information about where the image was captured, and offers hotspot access at more than 10,000 Wi-Fi locations.

The next generation Eye-Fi cards are available for pre-order at Eye-Fi's website and will be available later this month. The 4GB Eye-Fi Share Video will be priced at $79 and the 4GB Eye-Fi Explore Video at $99.