Kodak collaborates on cell phone pictures

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by Jan Harris

Kodak collaborates on cell phone pictures

Eastman Kodak Co is collaborating with US software company Exclaim, to make it easier to upload, print and share camera phone pictures.

While millions of pictures are taken with camera phones, only a very small percentage are ever printed.

Kodak and Exclaim have introduced Kodak Mobile Link - a cellular program which enables camera phone users to send their photos to the Kodak Gallery Web site with the click of one button.

From the site - www.kodakgallery.com - the images can be printed, shared, stored, or reproduced.

The application is currently available to subscribers of Verizon Wireless, Alltel, US Cellular and some regional providers, but it will be rolled out to more carriers later in 2007.

Customers download the program from their carriers for a monthly subscription which starts at $3.99.

While there are already free programmes which provide a similar service, the Mobile Link program offers some features not available in free software.

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