Facebook is killing off the photo-sync feature from its main app in order to make it exclusively available on its stand-alone, photo-sharing app, Moments. This follows a similar, successful move involving Messenger.
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A new update for the Tumblr iOS app allows users to share Live Photos and view them using 3D Touch capability. This marks the first time a social network has integrated Live Photos, an image feature native to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Drone giant DJI has announced a partnership with thermal imaging specialist Flir to create the Zenmuse XT thermal camera for use with its Inspire One and Matrice machines. Firefighters, search and rescue teams, and farmers, among others…
Early this morning, the company revealed the name of the upcoming drone in a YouTube video. Slated for release next year, GoPro's first foray into the world of consumer quadcopters will be known as the "Karma."
Taking photos just got more collaborative. The new shared albums feature on Google Photos lets users' friends and family add their own photos to an album. You can control who can add photos, and the album can be viewed on any…
Pinterest has acquired two startups to help index images and boost mobile shopping on its app. It is thought that the teams from Pext and The Hunt will make it easier for users to find and buy pins on Pinterest.