Yahoo is reportedly going to replace its older Flickr versions soon. Yahoo is said to release new redesigned web and mobile versions of its photo and video sharing app Flickr within the next few weeks.
Mar 17 2014, 6:59am CDT
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Yahoo has acquired another startup to boost its video and photo technology.
Dec 3 2013, 11:08pm CST
Source: WSB Radio
So, how many legs does a kangaroo have? Four, right? (Via Flickr / semuthutan) Well, according to new research, the right answer is actually fi ...
Full article at: WSB Radio
Jul 3 2014, 9:49am CDT
Since a lot of owners are now using their iPhones for camera and photography purposes, we list down the top 8 applications that can instantly make you a professional photographer! Some are free and some are paid - so check them out and see which ones really captured your interest.
Oct 8 2013, 11:16am CDT
Source: The Business Insider
Security researchers at Columbia University created a tool that can crawl and analyze the Google Play store much like Google crawls and analyzes the web ... with a twist. Their tool, called PlayDrone, was designed to hack Play and the apps uploaded to it, circumventing the security systems Google put in place to prevent that sort of thing, the researchers revealed in a paper recently published by a prestigious computer analysis society, ACM Sigmetrics. The goal was to find out what kinds o ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
Jun 23 2014, 5:08pm CDT
Yahoo has updated its Flickr iOS app with new set of filters including both live and customizable. New camera tools and free professional editing tools are also added in this latest iOS version. Android version is still waiting for the update.
Aug 29 2013, 8:27am CDT
From magazines to TV, radio to newspapers, every medium has come to embrace native advertising If Yahoo can leave its past behind, then surely advertisers can too. That was, more or less, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's advice to brands and marketers attending today's Cannes Lions festivities. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Photo: Steve Jennings/WireImage Specifically, she wants everyone to stop all the hand-wringing ov ...
Full article at: AdWeek
Jun 17 2014, 8:58am CDT
Canon's surprised us with its new Dropbox alternative, Irista. Before you start deleting your Dropbox accounts post-haste, know one-thing - Irista only stores photos and in time, videos. You have no file-size limitations here but you get just 10GB of free storage.
Flickr in contrast gives you 2TB free but with certain caveats. Other features Irista provides includes tagging and automatic syncing to image collections as well as search with advanced filters that include ...
Full article at: Stuff.tv
Jun 5 2014, 10:17pm CDT
Yahoo's Flickr will be adding a new team to help improve photo organization.
Aug 24 2013, 1:33am CDT