Category: photos

Selfies become public art in ‘As We Are’

Selfies become public art in 'As We Are'
Selfies can be a small act of self-promotion, but it's nothing compared to what artist Matthew Mohr can do for
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Facebook Messenger will now send your photos in 4K

Facebook Messenger will now send your photos in 4K
Facebook Messenger has recently gotten some pretty nifty additions, like the ability to share Apple Music and Spotify tunes, send
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Instagram now supports three right-to-left languages

Instagram now supports three right-to-left languages
You can post and comment in more than 24 different languages via Instagram already, but they've all been left-to-right languages
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AI-powered app finds and locks away your racy photos

AI-powered app finds and locks away your racy photos
Hiding racy photos on your phone can be a tedious, manual affair. Depending on the app, you need to first
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Shutterstock’s composition photo search is powered by AI

Shutterstock's composition photo search is powered by AI
Fresh off its AI-powered tool for countering watermark removal from photos, Shutterstock is using machine learning for something else. In
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Google Photos eases video sharing on slow connections

Google Photos eases video sharing on slow connections
With Google pre-loading Google Photos on a range ofAndroid devices, it's no wonder the app has racked up 500 million
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Kodak’s app and chatbot will scour your photos for forgotten gems

Kodak’s app and chatbot will scour your photos for forgotten gems
If you're like me, you have thousands of photos on your phone, most of which you will have long forgotten.
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Behold the cameras destroyed by the solar eclipse

Behold the cameras destroyed by the solar eclipse
The eclipse came and went amidst a media hullabaloo. Much of the coverage focussed on where and how you could
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Reply to Instagram messages with pictures and video

Reply to Instagram messages with pictures and video
Instagram users have a new means of expressing themselves via direct messages as of Thursday. They can now reply to
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