New Service Streamlines Printing Camera Phone Photos
Jun 1, 2004, 11:14 AM by (staff)
dotPhoto today announced Click & Deliver, a new service that streamlines the process of receiving high-quality prints of photos from camera phones. Users sign up online, then simply send photos directly from their phone to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos are automatically printed and mailed when the queue reaches a user-defined number (such as 36 prints at a time). Users can also send a simple text message to request their prints immediately. The 3" x 4" prints are made using Kodak paper and shipped via mail or overnight. An account and the first 10 prints are free, after which each print costs 11 cents.
Google Photos Gains Print-Scanning Tool, New Editing Functions
Google today announced a new way for people to save old photos and improve the ones they already have stored in Google Photos. First, PhotoScan is a brand new app that people can use to take pictures of physical prints for storing digitally in the cloud.
Verizon Updates Cloud App with Smart Albums
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Minor Update to Google Photos Enables Manual Backups
Google Photos for Android is receiving a small update today with a new feature: it allows people to manually push backups from the phone to the cloud. The idea is to give users more control over which photos are backed up and which aren't.
Google Introduces Google Photos
Google today announced Google Photos, another attempt by the company to help people get a handle on their photos and videos. Google wants Photos to serve as users' central repository for all their photos and videos, make it easy to manage and edit them, and make it easy to share and save the photos that matter.
Google Photos Gets a Boost from AI
Google today is rolling out an update to Google Photos that introduces some new AI-assisted tools. First, Photos will reach deep into users' libraries to pair old photos of people with the newest photos of those same people so you can reconnect with those older memories.