Another way to remember your photos

THe 'Photo GPS' tags your pictures so you don't have to

Gadget Review

Everytime we curse technology for one reason or another, something comes along to make us thankful for it. And as we get older, it usually involves something that helps compensate for the ravages of age on mind and body.

The latest example is one that facilitates our addled memory, called the "Photo GPS" from Jobo--a device that Gadget Review says will record "time, data, longitude, latitude, street name, country, zip code, and nearest point of interest every time you snap a photo."

We mentioned a similar technology developed for Sony cameras a few days ago, but this $149 gadget supposedly works with any camera using a "flash hot shoe." If it could just remind us to remove the lens cap before shooting, we'd be all set.

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