HP Might Sell Photo-Sharing Service Snapfish
Snapfish.com, the photo sharing service from Hewlett-Packard Co., might be up for sale soon, according to Reuters.
Back in 2005, HP bought the company for $300 million, and it’s mainly used in its printing and personal systems group.
Snapfish is an easy way to move your photos from your digital camera or camera phone, to your computer, or to a social media site, as well as a printer. Users can either upload the photos themselves through their Snapfish account, or they can email them to Snapfish and have them load it up for them. Finally, users can install the PictureMover software, which uploads photos directly from the camera or USB drive.
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