Share photos and talk with friends around the world with Kodak Photo Voice, a photo-sharing program incorporating Skype technology. Skype is an Internet communication company, which has developed software that enables people from around the world to make free and unlimited voice and video calls. Described as the ‘latest innovation in digital storytelling’, Kodak Photo Voice is the first Skype-certified online photo-sharing experience, enabling users to view photographs, while talking about them with family and friends wherever they are. After downloading the program, users combine the photographs they want to use into a Kodak Photo Voice presentation. They then use Skype to call a friend – who also has Skype – with whom they can watch the slideshow, while conversing simultaneously. Users can also order prints for their friends through the Kodak EasyShare Gallery, which can be sent directly to their homes. James Bilefield from Kodak comments: ‘The combination of Skype’s service and Kodak’s EasyShare Gallery’s photo-sharing capabilities will make sharing memories even more simple and rewarding for customers around the globe.’ Download a beta version of Kodak Photo Voice from www.kodakgallery.com/photovoice.