While the big Eye-Fi news this year was the company's move to SDHC and 802.11n Wi-Fi with its new
Eye-Fi had a relationship with Wayport before it was Harborlink (which services BP gas stations, among other public spots)., and it seems to have taken a long time before AT&T's Wi-Fi network could get added to Eye-Fi's locations. It's finally happened, however, giving Explore and Pro users access to upload locations including participating Starbucks and
Now the company's Connect and Explore cards come in X2 versions, with 4GB ($49.99) and 8GB ($99.99) capacities. As a recap, the Connect version will wirelessly upload photos and videos to your computer and online sites via a Wi-Fi access point, while Explore adds Wi-Fi triangulation to geotag your photos and a year of hot-spot access.