Share photos using digital frames with YouGotPhoto, Gloop

YouGotPhoto lets people send photos to digital frames that use wireless technology; Gloop software lets people create social networks with photos on digital frames.

SAN DIEGO--Several companies launched services at DemoFall on Monday that let people share photos over the Internet using digital frames.

UGA Digital launched a service that lets you send photos over the Internet to WiFi-enabled digital frames. The YouGotPhoto service lets you send one photo to one frame or to multiple frames instantly. The photos can be stored online or sent from a cell phone.

The YouGotPhoto system is a complete remote display and WiFi-photo management system, the company said.

Meanwhile, Trinity Convergence launched Gloop Digital Photo Sharing technology, which lets people create social networks using digital photo frames, set-top boxes, and pretty much any digital display.

The Gloop system uses peer-to-peer and IP networking and lets people make voice calls using digital frames.

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