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Reddit ditches Imgur, rolls out native image hosting

Big changes are taking place over at Reddit, the self-professed front page of the Internet. The popular portal is in the process of rolling out an in-house image hosting service, effectively cutting ties with Imgur, the third-party image sharing service…

Flickr rolls out new printed photo book options starting at $34.95

Flickr recently introduced a new photo book feature that will allow users to create physical photo albums via a single click to facilitate offline sharing. Flickr Photo Books are described as an intelligent creation tool that will automatically analyze images…

Alleged MFI iPhone gaming controller images surface

Back in June at Apple's WWDC keynote, the company announced that iOS 7 will be coming along with standard third party game controller support. Since then we have heard little of the mobile controller implementation beyond the blurry image of…

Facebook plays host to more than 250 billion user photos

Facebook recently published a white paper concerning Internet.org, the social network’s plan to get the rest of the world online with the help of Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, Qualcomm and Samsung. In it, the company shared some rather interesting statistics…