Highly automated and app-savvy, this smart frame makes it easy to share photos with tech-challenged relatives.
This blogger, amateur photographer, Mac user and family-memory archivist shares a few tips about how to keep your photos safe and organized.
After generating buzz with a Kickstarter campaign in 2012, the Instacube digital photo frame is finally coming to retail stores -- and Australia is getting the first look.
For fans of Ceiva's PicturePlan service, the company's fourth-generation 8-inch digital photo frame represents a nice upgrade. But with new, more user-friendly frames hitting the market, Ceiva's subscription-based service may be a harder sell to new customers.
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Our love affair for all things Polaroid keeps growing with this tiny One Step replica that takes digital photos.
View your X-Pro and Walden-filtered Instagram photos in all their glory with Instacube, a digital photo frame with a few social tricks up its sleeve.
And, equally important, are there any good frames left to buy?
It's a refurb, but it's also the coolest photo frame ever. Know why? It has its own e-mail address! Plus, you get an 8GB SD card and 50 free prints.
The Olin digital photo frame is such a novel concept that we can't help wonder why someone hasn't done this before. Fortunately, it works exactly how we want it to.
Typical price: $399.00
Kogan's inexpensive digital photo frame does a good job with online photo serving. Local photo display is another story, however.
Typical price: $129.00