Guest Post Will Price is CEO of SaaS ad platform company Flite
Image recognition is a problem the Flickr team has been working on for a while, so it’ll be interesting to find out whether all this intellectual capital leads to a true industry breakthrough.
Venerable photo-sharing site Flickr, which massively revamped its interface earlier this year, has gone one step further. Now, the pictures are even bigger, and the details are off to the side.
Flickr’s iOS app can finally auto-upload your photos directly to the photo-sharing service, Yahoo announced in a Tumblr post Wednesday.
The new Flickr app for iOS not only gives you a handful of sweet new filters, it also lets you customize the filters and make them all your own. And it features something the Flickr team calls a “Live Preview.”
VANCOUVER — Not every tech founder can follow up a massive success with another massive success. But a couple years after a failed gaming endeavor, Glitch, it looks like Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield may have another big winner on his hands.
Yahoo has hired former Google exec Bernardo Hernández to head up the company’s community photo sharing site Flickr today.
Everpix’s latest update makes it the best solution yet for getting out of photo management hell.
Guest Post Etsy’s lead designer explains where the Flickr team went wrong.
Sure, it’s Pinterest-ic and Tumblr-y. But if you love images and imagery, the new Flickr displays photos immeasurably better that the previous iteration.
Editor’s Pick Some Tumblr fans want to know how Yahoo plans to avoid the fate of Flickr, Geocities, and other failed acquisitions. So we asked Marissa Mayer.
Yahoo acquired Flickr back in 2005, but the photo-sharing service suffered under persistent mismanagement. Now it looks like Yahoo is finally giving Flickr the attention it deserved back in the day.
Flickr for iPhone has lots of new features, a sign that Marissa Mayer is serious about making Yahoo a product company again.
If you don’t like the way social networks try to own your data, but you’re not willing to sign off completely, there is a third way. Here’s how to regain control of your own stuff without giving up Twitter and Facebook.
The Yahoo-owned Flickr, alongside the release of a brand new app for iPhone, threw in support for Twitter Cards this morning, bringing its newly filtered captures to tweets near you.
Just a day after releasing new email apps for iOS and other platforms, Yahoo has updated its Flickr app for iPhone with Instagram-like filters, an easier sign-up process, and more.
Subscription revenue is the new old thing, apparently.
HootSuite, the service that 79 of the world’s Fortune 100 companies use to manage their social media presence, just added apps for Instagram, SlideShare, Edocr, and Zuum in its App Directory.
A facelift for Flickr
Plan to skip the picnic, Flickr users, because rain is in the forecast.
Back in September, game startup Tiny Speck launched an unusual online game called Glitch. Today, the company said it is “unlaunching” the game. The company will keep the game running, but it will take it back into beta testing so that the developers can rework the game play to make it easier for users to start the game and also to add new tools for fans to create things in the game world.
Popular photo-sharing site Flickr is stepping up its mobile efforts with new Android and iOS features.
An unusual online game called Glitch is launching today. From the moment you log in, you know you’re not in the real world anymore. You appear inside a brain, one of the minds of eleven giants who imagine the game’s zany landscape.
As part of Yahoo’s plans to shutter several major services, the company has announced that it will shut down Yahoo Buzz, its social news Digg competitor, on April 21.
Despite continued questions over its legality, the hot iPad social magazine Flipboard shows no signs of slowing down. The company announced the latest update to its app last night, bringing with it support for Google Reader, Flickr, live previews and more.
TweetPhoto, the company that allows its users to share and interact with photos across Twitter and Facebook, is announcing Tuesday that it has changed its name to Plixi. The company is also moving towards being its own social network, though leveraging Twitter and Facebook, for creating “collective memories” around places and photos.