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Eye-Fi Manager update adds support for Twitter and RSS

Darren Murph
10.09.08
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Late last month, Eye-Fi announced that its wares were finally supporting photo uploads to Apple's MobileMe and the AdoramaPix service, and now, we're seeing that its WiFi-enabled SD cards have a few more tricks up their sleeves. An Eye-Fi Manager update has opened up support for RSS feeds along with Twitter integration, enabling users to let their posse know when they've uploaded new photos for perusal. Additionally, the RSS support allows customers to "publish photos in a live real-time feed via RSS to the aggregator of their choice." Hope you're not a fan of post-processing.

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