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HP Ties Cameras In Closer With Snapfish

1/19/2007 01:14:00 PM Eastern

Las Vegas — New software from Hewlwtt-Packard will automatically upload digital images to its online subsidiary Snapfish, the company said at International CES.

Once loaded onto a PC, the new Snapfish PictureMover desktop software will automatically transfer images from any connected camera or memory-card reader to both the hard drive and to Snapfish’s Web site simultaneously — with a single click.

The software is available free at Snapfish.com immediately and will be integrated into the company’s PCs later in the summer, the company said.

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