Thursday, February 12, 2009

Wireless carriers look to cash in on digital photo frames

Vodafone in Germany and Orange in France are also looking into connecting cellular cards into digital photo frames, according to Harry Wang, senior analyst at Parks Associates. Verizon and AT&T are interested in an electronic device called a "home center" which can display digital photos, while connected to a fixed-line phone, he added.

From the article, "Wireless carriers look to cash in on digital photo frames" by Junko Yoshida

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