Snapping a selfie is usually a fun activity, but for a couple of women attempting to get a picture of Rome's iconic Trevi Fountain last week, the exercise turned into a brawl involving both of their families.
Despite the obvious dangers of bear selfies, people still try it. With your back turned as you edge ever closer to this glorious creature, there's no telling what might happen — as one unfortunate man in India discovered last week.
How do you make an avatar that looks more like you? Start with a selfie to reference. Bitmoji is making it possible with a new Deluxe mode that also adds more feature options and enhances the user interface.
After a hoax coined the phrase "selfitis," researchers are beginning to look into the effects of selfie-taking on mental health. Selfitis can be associated with low-self esteem, according to the new research.
According to The Information, Snap is "in talks to acquire Zero Zero Robotics," a Chinese selfie drone manufacturer. Should the deal prove successful, it would be Snap's second foray into the hardware space.
A new Apple selfie patent could make snapping a great selfie easy with automatic adjustments. The tech would detect if the phone is held vertically or horizontally and automatically adjust for group or single selfies.
Sticky is a new selfie to sticker tool for the digitally (and self) obsessed generation. It's made by the team behind Prisma, and the iOS version launched today, and the Android version will follow in the coming weeks.
Thanks to a new tool from Google, you can now apply the magic of machine learning to your face, generating a custom emoji sticker from a selfie. The feature can be found within Allo, Google's machine learning-based app.
Did you think the era of the selfie stick had come and gone? Well think again. Chinese company Xiaomi is here to prove that our narcissism doesn't have an expiration date, and that selfie sticks are still relevant in 2017.
Teens tired of the fake aura of Instagram are creating secondary accounts, known as a "Finstagram," to express themselves among their closest friends. Just don't go expecting an invite into the exclusive club.
Snapping that selfie may be fun, but most people would actually prefer to see fewer selfies on social media, a recent study shows. The study's authors from the University of Munich call it the selfie paradox.
Ever flashed the peace sign in a selfie? You may want to think twice in the future if your phone has a fingerprint sensor securing it, because photo tech is now so advanced, only a picture is needed to steal your fingerprint data.