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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…

Facebook is adding support for Apple's Live Photos

One of the top advertised features of the latest generation iPhone is Live Photos, short GIF-like video snippets that are captured in conjunction with standard photos. Their proprietary nature, however, means there are very few platforms that support the sharing…

Myspace is using old photos in an attempt to re-engage users

Remember all of those embarrassing photos that you uploaded to Myspace nearly a decade ago? No? Well, Myspace hasn’t forgotten and they’re now using them in an attempt to lure users back to the service according to a report from Mashable. …