Canon Digital Ixus goes wireless for wildlife

In the future, all cameras will be wireless-enabled. Or something. At the CES show in Las Vegas last January, Kodak announced plans for its first Wi-Fi enabled digital camera, and our US parent CNET.com (Hi Dad!) gave the camera one of its CNET Next Big Thing awards. The big idea here is that photos are all about sharing, and so built-in wireless connections will make it easier for you to get your pictures from your camera to a PC for editing or email, and from your camera to your printer for direct printing via the PictBridge standard.

                                         

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