Little by little, the digital camera is untethering itself from the PC. First there was printing. Then there was in-camera editing, including cropping, red-eye removal and exposure compensation. Now, with Kodak's EasyShare-one, the last piece falls into place: wireless sharing straight from the cam. Creating a camera that can take a Wi-Fi card doesn't seem tricky. Kodak's challenge was making sure users could effortlessly get online; you can add settings for any hotspot or connect setup-free to T-Mobile hotspots around the world.