03/18/2013, Ever since Instagram had a falling out with its users 3 months ago, Flickr has been trying its absolute best to acquire those users, first by updating its iOS application to give it a more Instagram-like feel, then by giving away 3 months of premium service. The service is quite comparable to Instagram, although searching for a specific topic can be rather difficult. Today, Flickr will be making it easier to search […]
02/04/2013, Even though Twitter doesn’t have as many active users as Google+ and Facebook, I still prefer to use it as my go-to platform to share all of my future meals, communicate with celebrities and share my random thoughts. Tweetbot for iOS has been the premier Twitter application for both hardcore and casual Twitter users, and it’s received an update that adds a ton of support to some third-party services.
01/11/2013, Yahoo is announcing today via its blog that its search engine will now include image search results from its very own image hosting and video hosting service, Flickr. This is definitely good news, since this will make it easier for all Yahoo users to find and share photos on the web. Basically, the newly added feature on its search engine will allow users to browse through photos from Flickr - photos […]
12/21/2012, We have some good news for all Flickr users out there. Just in time for the holiday season, image and video hosting website, Flickr, is giving away three months of pro service to all current subscribers. The news was first reported by a few Flickr users, who took the announcement to Twitter. One guy who goes by the name Michael Jurewitz tweeted, “Nice! If you’ve got a Flickr Pro account, […]
12/19/2012, Instagram had quite the day yesterday as it first updated its terms of service to make it so it can sell your photos without compensating you, then trying to put the flames on the Internet out by updating its ToS to help its users understand what it meant. The day is one Instagram wishes it could take back as countless users have been deleting their accounts with big-name celebrities even […]
03/30/2012, A while back according to Flickr’s usage reports, it seemed that Apple’s iPhone 4 was the most popular camera used by Flickr users to upload photos to its website. That continued to be true, at least until recently when a new Flickr usage report was revealed that showed the iPhone 4 losing its top spot to Canon’s 5D MK II DSLR camera. It would seem that Canon’s popularity on Flickr […]
02/24/2012, Pinterest, the digital pin-board site that has taken the world by storm, has received a lot of flak recently due to the fact that users share copyrighted content without any permission or linking back to sources. To help combat that problem, Pinterest released a do-not-pin code that lets webmasters easily block their content from being pinned on Pinterest. As of today, Flickr has implemented it on its website to help […]
11/01/2011, With the possibility of Apple unleashing a TV upon the world starting to gain a bit more ground, thanks in part of a quote by Steve Jobs in his biography by Walter Isaacson, a Flickr user by the name of Guilherme Schasiepen has taken the liberty to draw up a concept image of what Apple’s TV could look like, along with some features we may or may not be seeing.
10/24/2011, So we have the official press shots from the Nokia 800, along with its teaser ad that it has been running in the UK, presumably in anticipation of the Nokia World event which will be held on the 26th of October in London. Now it looks like more details surrounding the device have started emerging, and this time it is in regards to the camera on the phone, where photos […]
09/28/2011, Flickr users with Android phones will be glad to know that they can now access their favorite photo sharing service through an official app. After so many years of being around, Flickr finally has an official app for Android devices. No idea what took them so long but it’s better late than never, right? The app will allow you to share your photographs on Flickr as well as other social […]
09/07/2011, Looking for proof that the iPhone 5 is actually real? Well here is a photo that is supposedly from the iPhone 5. The photo was originally discovered by PocketNow and the reason that they believe this is a test photo captured from the iPhone 5 is thanks to the photo’s EXIF data.
08/31/2011, While geotagging your photographs is a great way for you to organize your photo collection and to let people know where you’ve been, it can also be a massive give away of your privacy. In case you’re not sure, geotagging is the act of tagging your photographs with location data. This means that people looking at your photographs will be able to pinpoint the map where the picture was taken. […]
07/15/2011, Do you love all things maps? If you have answered in the affirmative, then chances are you would fall head over heels with what map enthusiast Eric Fischer has managed to conjure. Basically, he has come up with a way to visualize Twitter and Flickr use throughout the world, giving you a better idea on just how popular some social networking tools have become in certain parts of the world. […]
06/21/2011, If there was a popularity contest, then surely the Apple iPhone would have picked up a fair number of accolades to date, including being the most popular camera used to capture images that are then uploaded onto the popular photo sharing site, Flickr. The iPhone 4′s 5-megapixel shooter has passed the Nikon D90 at long last as the top camera, which took a year since it debuted in June 2010. […]