We've mentioned the Eye-Fi before, a memory card that lets you upload media directly and immediately onto the web via a local wireless connection; now the card has taken on two new forms and specific uses. The trio of Eye-Fis (all still 2GB) consists of the Eye-Fi Explore ($129), which includes geotagging capabilities via Skyhook (the WiFi-based location system that the iPod touch and iPhone rely on); the Eye-Fi Home ($79), which uploads photos through desktop software using your home network; and the Eye-Fi Share ($99), which offers the same functions as the original Eye-Fi card. They're expected to go on sale June 6th, just in time for summer vacation.

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