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We figured it was coming, now sure enough, Kodak just let loose a new picture frame based on CMEL's new mass-produced, 7.6-inch OLED panels. Ultra-thin as you'd expect and wireless as you'd hope, the new 800 x 480 pixel Wireless Frame should be ready for the holidays sporting 2GB of internal storag

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There's certainly plenty of readymade devices out there that'll give you information at a glance, but if you're more the DIY-type you may want to follow the lead of David Bue Pedersen from Volunteer Lab Rat, who put together this spiffy little picture frame that notifies him when his friends are o

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Polaroid film may be gone, but for some of us with fond memories of the format -- for no discernible reason, Polaroids were slow, blurry and expensive -- this digital picture frame concept seems a fitting tribute. There's a dry erase portion on the bottom, and the frame can stand on its own or be p

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Just in case you weren't exactly keen on buying a new wallet just to get a digital photo frame built in, Emtrace is offering up the perfect alternative. The ultrathin Photoskins PS100 is skinny enough to slide right inside your wallet, and it can also be docked in a cradle and used as a \"Widget-Pla

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We've got a strange feeling that digiframes are going to be relatively hot this holiday season, but maybe the sudden rash of offerings are just coincidentally launching weeks before Black Friday. Regardless of the reasons, EDGE Tech is hitting us up with a 12-inch version of its own, which features

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Granted, it's been a tick since we've considered Mattel's Juice Box for any off the wall hack jobs, but a clever fellow with nothing but spare time and a worthless rotary dial telephone figured out a way to rejuvenate it. The \"Retro Phone Picture Frame Hack\" required an obsolete phone, Juice Box an

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Sure, not everybody needs 15 whole inches of picture frame, but we know your kids are particularly good looking, and could easily fill that much real estate with their shining grins. MediaStreet is offering the new 15-inch eMotion Digital Picture Frame for $298 on June 25th. There's 1024 x 768 pixel

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Nah, MediaStreet can't be considered a pioneer by throwing in Bluetooth functionality with its eMotion digiframe, but considering that only a few others have made such a gesture thus far, you won't find us bellyaching. The firm is upping the ante on its seven-inch widescreen digital photo frame by

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Nah, MediaStreet can't be considered a pioneer by throwing in Bluetooth functionality with its eMotion digiframe, but considering that only a few others have made such a gesture thus far, you won't find us bellyaching. The firm is upping the ante on its seven-inch widescreen digital photo frame by

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Thrown together by well-traveled ODM Inventec, i-mate's new Momento series of digital picture frames break some important ground. First of all, they do WiFi -- a seemingly obvious feature for this category of devices that's inexplicably missing from a majority of the mainstream models currently in

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Kodak's CES booth this year had a distinct electronic picture frame theme. We think it's something to do with the fact that they sell them ... Kodak CES booth tour

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If there's one piece of technology which can unify geeks and non-geeks alike, it's digital picture frames. Westinghouse wants to get into the game as well, with its five new frames that range from the DPF-0562 5.6-inch model ($100) to the DPF-1411 14.1-inch model ($400), the latter of which sports a

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While most electronic photo frames these days are doing their darnedest to look just like their analog counterparts, the ePHOTOZIP DEF-080PM from ARTMU Museum of Art wears its digital-ness loud and proud. And why shouldn't it? The 8-inch screen, 128MB of built-in memory and SD/MMC or Memory Stick

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This being a digital picture frame, we're sure you don't need much introduction. What's new is that Philips is trumping their previous 7-incher with this new 9-inch PhotoFrame, giving you that much more LCD real estate for displaying embarrassing childhood memories and too-cute family moments. The f

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So we've got digital photo frames that can play MP3s, connect via WiFi, understand your cellphone, create mosaics on the fly, and some that do nothing but show pictures, but MediaStreet has a new digiframe on the market that displays musical slideshows autonomously. While fancy schmancy picture fram

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