Mountain View, Calif. — Eye-Fi reported that its memory cards now allow users to wirelessly share videos, as well as images, on online video-sharing sites.
Users can now upload videos directly from their digital camera to Picasa Web Albums, Photobucket or
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SmugMug, in addition to YouTube or Flickr, without having to turn on a computer, the company said. The 4GB Eye-Fi Share Video ($79 suggested retail) and 4GB Eye-Fi Explore Video ($99) cards can upload photos and videos directly to the computer and to one of more than 25 online photo and video sharing sites, said Eye-Fi. The Eye-Fi Explore Video card automatically geo-tags photos and videos with location information about where the moment was captured, and offers hot spot access from more than 10,000 Wayport and open hot spot locations in the U.S. to upload away from home, it added. They are curre