Pixable will add Twitter images and videos to its list of aggregated images.
Google acquires a face recognition technology company, which will likely fill out its Google+ photo application. Will the software be implemented across a variety of Google platforms as well?
Facebook is happy to take in all the data it can -- it's getting that information back out that's a problem. Try as it might it can't block every extension: Here are a few ways to pull your data from Facebook.
Facebook has become the standard for mass photo-sharing, but Google+ has one-upped it with a few features.
Lytro has grabbed our undivided attention, but while we click and refocus those gallery pictures in wide-eyed wonder, we have to ask what it will really mean for the digital photography industry.
A new patent from Apple revealing geo-social networking software and a few leaked Facebook mobile projects suggest the two industry titans may be edging in on one another's territory.
The allegedly leaked information on the Facebook photo app has fully surfaced, and here's our quick takeaway about what's (hopefully) bound for your iPhone.
Was it too much too soon or just a flawed concept? Maybe it was just ahead of its time. Whatever the cause, photo-sharing app Color loses a co-founder and continues to flounder.
Facebook is once again under fire for its privacy settings, prompting an EU investigation and renewed user concern. But is facial recognition technology where we finally draw the line?
Photofeed doesn't have all the bells, whistles, and trendy filters other photo apps do, but it has one thing most of them don't: Convenience.
Flagging numbers raise concerns that Yahoo will let Flickr go the way of Delicious, but the company insists the photo sharing client is here to stay.
It seems like an inevitable step. The world's social giant has introduced facial recognition to make tagging easier.
Ninuku Archivist wants to help you cherish all the memories you made on Facebook - and then delete them forever.