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  • Snapfish.com pictures a better future for online photo services

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    Snapfish.com pictures a better future for online photo services

    To diversify and generate more digital photo services business, Snapfish is creating a more open technology platform for creating content. The unit of HP also is adding more licensed content from Life.com.

    Posted 04/14/2010Bill BriggsPost a comment

    To diversify and generate more digital photo services business, Snapfish is creating a more open technology platform for creating content. The unit of HP also is adding more licensed content from Life.com.
  • / Press Release

    HP`s Snapfish Powers Publix`s Online Photo Service

    PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 1, 2005 -- HP`s Snapfish today announced that it is powering a new online photo service for Publix, one of the largest volume U.S. supermarkets. The new service, available at http://www.publix.com/photo, enables Publix customers to upload digital photos to the site for free online photo sharing and editing, unlimited online storage and wireless imaging services. Additionally, Publix customers can order professionally...

    Posted 12/01/2005

    PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 1, 2005 -- HP`s Snapfish today announced that it is powering a new online photo service for Publix, one of the largest volume U.S. supermarkets. The new service, available at http://www.publix.com/photo, enables Publix customers to upload digital photos to the site for free…
  • / Technology

    Snapfish and Walgreens extend their relationship

    HP Snapfish, the online photo service, has reached agreement with Walgreens for customers to upload photos to Snapfish.com for printing and pick up at a Walgreens store an hour later.

    Posted 09/06/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    HP Snapfish, the online photo service, has reached agreement with Walgreens for customers to upload photos to Snapfish.com for printing and pick up at a Walgreens store an hour later.
  • Snapfish concept store brings online photo service to retail

    In the store, consumers get free online access to Snapfish.com from kiosks. The idea is that the store setting appeals to some customers who still want online photo sharing and storage – and that retailers who offer that option can benefit.

    Posted 08/24/2004Mary WagnerPost a comment

    In the store, consumers get free online access to Snapfish.com from kiosks. The idea is that the store setting appeals to some customers who still want online photo sharing and storage – and that retailers who offer that option can benefit.

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