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.
Twitter is making embedded photo tweets much more compelling, much more visual, and much more in your face, everywhere on the web.
The new camera is packed with lots of useful upgrades, most notably for people who suck at taking pictures.
The “travel photo junkie” startup sparks wanderlust by creating a hub to share and discover travel photos.
Everpix’s latest update makes it the best solution yet for getting out of photo management hell.
Instagram announced that it has added 30 million users in the last nine months, and those users are “liking” 1 billion photos a month.
A new bug in iOS 7 will give you access to a phone’s photos before the phone has been unlocked — and it’s remarkable easy to do.
Twitter updated its iOS and Android apps today to make tweeting pictures faster and better. And showed us the benefits via Vine, the social network’s own video-sharing startup.
“So many people that have given up the concept of a photo collection,” he says. “Faces, places, and things are important ways to automatically categorize photos. And they keep getting smarter every day.”
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.
Tumblr released the app this morning, bringing the “post anything” blogging website to a whole new host of phones.
Florida’s House subcommittee unanimously voted in favor of a bill that would make posting revenge porn a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine, which could set a powerful precedent.
Google releases a new photo app along with its newest laptop, the Chromebook Pixel.
SnapChat secures a hefty investment from Benchmark Capital to support the viral growth of its now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t photo sharing app.
Lookout Mobile released a new feature today, which lets you take a picture of anyone who tries — and fails — to put in your Android password three times.
After a family photo is tweeted, one Zuckerberg learns that Facebook’s privacy settings aren’t always clear.
Forget organizing your pictures, and just enjoy them with Everpix.
Now people can send embarrassing videos of themselves through Snapchat, the messaging app that destroys the message after it has been read.
VentureBeat held its holiday party to celebrate the year past and a great year in tech to come. Check out the photos from the event.
SnapChat, a popular social photo sharing service for iOS and Android, could be raising a fresh round of funding from the same group of investors that helped Instagram get started, reports Gigaom.
And the mobile photo wars continue.
Facebook Photo Sync automatically syncs your phone’s camera roll to a private album for bulk sharing whenever the mood strikes — no manual uploads required.
Photo sharing social network Instagram reached a new record over the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
When this feature was first announced on Facebook’s Android app, my first thought was that awkward, angry conversations with former friends should quickly ensue.
Betaworks’ latest is an effortless group photo-sharing app powered by hashtags.
Eye-Fi is doubling the amount of photos or video you can store on its wireless memory cards for the same price. The Eye-Fi Pro X2 photo cards can now store 16GBs of data for $99, compared to its previous 8GBs for the same price.
It looks like Aviary’s leap into mobile has paid off.
Space fans, have we got a photo for you. NASA has released the deepest-ever view of the universe, an amazing photo that combines 10 years’ worth Hubble Space Telescope images.
Facebook’s homegrown version of Instagram receives an update with some helpful new features. It’s still no Instagram.
Walgreens — yes Walgreens — has released an application programming interface (API) and a software development kit (SDK) to allow mobile developers to enable photo printing from Android and iPhone smartphones. The company has opened a developer portal (and a new Twitter account) to support mobile programmers who are enabling photo printing to 7,907 Walgreens locations across the country.
Fashion-forward types seem infatuated with photographing their outfits. You can scoff at the practice all you want, but the overwhelming number of fashion blogs tells us that sharing outfits is popular, especially in a world with Instagram. Cloth, an iOS app available since last December, goes a step further and catalogs your entire closet based on outfit pictures. Today, it adds weather-tracking features and photo filters to its app.
Tidepool has raised a $1.5 million seed round to determine personality traits from photos. You take an assessment on the company’s website, which involves rating photos to your liking and indicating what activities interest you. Once the assessment is complete Tidepool tells you what type of personality you have. The company claims its test is more accurate than ones that only use text.