Cingular Sends Cameraphone Photos As Postcards
Dec 9, 2004, 4:42 PM by (staff)
Cingular today launched a service with Fuji Photo Film enabling cameraphone users to convert digital snapshots into physical postcards which the company will send via U.S. Mail. Subscribers can download an application that will allow them to select a template, add a picture and text, and address the card, all from their mobile phone. The application is currently available for newer Motorola flip phones such as the V400, V551 and V600 and should be available for other cameraphone models soon. Each postcard will cost $1.99.
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Google Photos Picks Up New Slideshow Feature
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Yahoo Mail Now Supports Multiple Accounts
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Gmail to Convert Numbers, Addresses, and Contacts to Clickable Links
Google today said its G Suite customers will soon be able to take advantage of active hyperlinks in Gmail and Inbox that simplify the process of sending emails or making calls. Both mobile apps will convert text, such as phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses, into interactive links.
Will they send any type of Picture?
Some on this board would say it is extortion though. Having to pay to access your pictures.