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This article was published on October 19, 2010

Target now lets shoppers print Facebook photos from in-store Kodak kiosks

Target now lets shoppers print Facebook photos from in-store Kodak kiosks
Chad Catacchio
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Out shopping and have a cute photo of your kid on Facebook that you’d like to print out? How about from your recent vacation…ok, you get the idea.

Well, now when you’re out and about you can just drop by your local Target store, find a Kodak Picture Kiosk, and print them out right then and there off of Facebook.com, no Flash or USB stick needed.

Shoppers will also be able to print out photo albums from their Kodak Galley accounts as well through kiosks that have Kodak’s “Social Network Connectivity” software installed. Target has 1,752 stores nationwide.

It doesn’t seem as if Facebook is actually a part of this announcement, though there really isn’t any need for it to be.

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