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Parrot's DIA Makes Us Reconsider Our Digital Photo Frame Prejudice

We got our first look at Parrot's DIA digital photo frame a few days ago, and we knew immediately that we had to see it in person. So the first thing we did this morning was head over to the Parrot booth to spend some time getting acquainted with the first digital frame we've ever seen that actually induces true gadget lust. Beyond the stunning, lightbox-like design, the frame actually packs some...

Glance Into the Crystal Ball of CES: Our Top Picks for the Best Gadgets of 2011

Share Your fancy iPod case, your Palm Pre, even your fantastic GPS-enabled directional unit: it all originated here. This is the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where every tech company worth its salt comes to show off its wares, and where tech writers, for the most part, question the validity of their jobs. In the past, we at Switched have been pretty right on: we still think 3-D TV is a...

Parrot Debuts DIA, The First Drool-Worthy Digital Photo Frame

Digital photo frames are, in a word, a joke. Few technologies are taken less seriously by both geeks and consumers alike than frames, most of which consist of the cheapest LCD screens the manufacturer could source, crammed into a tacky plastic case. But Parrot, the company that wowed us at last year's CES with the AR Drone, just unveiled the DIA, the first digital photo frame to make us stop and ...

Porn for the Holidays: Sumptuous Gifts You Want (But Won't Ask For)

Share "Porn" has a rather diffuse meaning, nowadays. Nevermind your expertly stashed bookmarks folder (hidden under News>Miscellaneous>Macramé Blogs); we're referring to the even more superficial variety. You've probably heard the terms "architecture porn," "interior design porn," and, lately, "tech porn." As eye candy, these ultra-luxe items exist to titillate, to make us salivate a...

The Week in Design: Rethinking Classic Forms

The Web is teeming with the unrealized ideas of both students and established designers who set out to produce astonishing renderings and prototypes for unusual products. Unfortunately, due to the lack of time, money, or technology, many of those products never progress from the planning stages to the mass market. But that doesn't mean we can't salivate over them, nevertheless. This week saw...

All We Don't Want For X-Mas 11

DON'T WANT: Rickety Digital Photo Frame Any Digital Photo Frame, $5 to $500 Photo frames are among the best-selling electronics on the market now, and will reportedly end up in about 25 percent of U.S. homes by the end of this season. Yet as far as we can tell they're also among the least-used items ever produced, up there with MP3-playing pens and backyard bomb shelters. The ones we've seen...

Oops! New Digital Picture Frames Come Pre-Installed with Malware

Oh, geez. Not this again. Just months after everyone involved with that virus-ridden Insignia frame finally cleaned things up, here comes two new reports that select frames could indeed be shipping from the factory with malware pre-installed. For starters, the 1.5-inch Mercury Digital Photo Keychain -- which is sold at Wal-Mart and other fine retailers -- seems to have some pretty nasty software...

Smartpants Wi-Fi Frame Has E-Mail Address for Pics From Friends, Family

Just in case you're not kosher with covering up your entire wall with a 32-inch digital photo frame, Smartparts is also introducing an entirely more reasonable frame at Photokina. The 8-inch SPX8WF packs the same 802.11b/g support as its (much) larger sibling, enabling it to integrate nicely with Windows Live Photo Gallery and display customized RSS feeds. Also of note, this little bugger comes...

Kodak Launches World's First Super-Thin OLED Picture Frame

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 storage, integrated audio, a 30,000:1 contrast, 180-degree viewing angle, and photo service compatibility...

Kodak Unveils a Pair of Flickr-Friendly Photo Frames

Kodak's new W820 (8-inch) and W1020 (10-inch) are the latest in the company's charming line of Quick Touch Border digital photo frames. Quite similar to its M820 and M1020 (pictured) counterparts in most respects, the new frames add Wi-Fi, which brings with it services like Flickr, FrameChannel and Kodak Gallery. Unfortunately, the only way to add generic RSS feeds is by using FrameChannel, and...