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Flickr: 1 terabyte free storage

May 23, 2013

Yahoo bought Tumblr for 1.1 billion dollars yesterday, and now they have relaunched their photo-sharing site, Flickr, and now offers all users a free 1 terabyte (TB) worth of storage. Back in 2004 when Google launched Gmail, they offered users 1 gigabyte (GB) of free storage, saying users would never have to delete an e-mail […]

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Tips for Sharing and Organizing Your Photos Online

January 20, 2012

Photo sharing and social networking sites are have become increasingly popular for organizing and sharing photos online. Usually, such sites offer free services with storage space of varying sizes. Some charge for extra premium services and for storage which exceeds the free quota. Photo sharing sites are not just useful for organizing and sharing photos. […]

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MobileMe Gallery & iDisk alternative when MobileMe shuts down

October 28, 2011

With the launch of free iCloud on October 12th, it also meant the end of paid MobileMe. MobileMe was Apple’s paid version for having a @me.com e-mail address, folder online (iDisk), a gallery online, some synchronization between Mac apps etc. It came at a fee of around €79 a year (if I remember correctly). For some […]

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Facebook sets a new Photo upload record

January 5, 2011

Randi Zuckerberg (Mark’s sister) who leads Facebook’s consumer marketing team, wrote in a tweet that 750 million photos were uploaded to Facebook during the New Years Eve weekend. The previous record was during Halloween 2010. In July 2010, Facebook said more than 100 million photos are uploaded to their site – each day! It’s unknown […]

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Must-Have iPhone Applications in the UK

May 30, 2010

In just a few short years the iPhone has completely changed the way that people look at mobile phones. Apple’s smartphone introduced the world to the idea of downloadable applications which meant that phones were no longer home to static content, but could be updated with new software and features from third party developers at […]

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Google Goes Social With Buzz. GooBook? Gwitter?

February 10, 2010

Google Buzz is fresh out of Mountain View, California, where Google announced this new service just yesterday. Google Buzz combines Gmail with status updates and the ability to share links, pictures and videos with your friends. Buzz is available within Gmail (not for all users, yet), where you can see a feed of what your […]

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Mozilla Raindrop – An Alternative To Google Wave?

October 26, 2009

Google Wave has been getting a lot of buzz in the world of tech lately, as more and more people are getting invitations and access to join Google Wave and try out the preview version. Mozilla, the team behind applications such as Firefox and Thunderbird, now introduced their “alternative” to Google Wave. It’s called Raindrop. […]

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Most Popular Camera On Flickr: iPhone

August 18, 2009

The vast majority of phones sold today comes with a built-in camera, but common to them all is that the quality is not yet near as good as what you’ll find in most pocket cameras. But one camera phone has done really well on the photo service Flickr, and that’s the Apple iPhone. Flickr keeps […]

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