Eye-Fi on Wednesday unveiled its Eye-Fi Geo card, a wireless SD memory card that allows Mac users to automatically upload photos from a digital camera to a computer and geotags them.
Geotagging, of course, meaning syncing your photos with location data so you can display where the images were captured on a digital map.
That has particular use for Apple customers, whose iPhoto '09 "Places" feature lets them search and sort photos by location using geotags.
(Earlier this year, Eye-Fi released the Eye-Fi application for the iPhone, which wirelessly uploads photos from the iPhone to the Web and into iPhoto, or organized folders on a computer.)
Eye-Fi's complete line-up of wireless SD and SDHC memory cards range in price from $49-$149. The 2GB Geo SD card retails for $59.95 at the Apple Store.