WEYMOUTH, Mass. — Retailers concerned about the future of digital imaging must be concerned not just with printing, but also with services that allow consumers to manage and share their photos, according to a report released by InfoTrends here last week. Three billion images were shared via e-mail in the U.S. in 2006. Factoring in sharing conducted via websites, social networks and picture messaging, InfoTrends reports that well over 8 billion images were shared during the last calendar ...

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