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After years of languishing mostly unchanged, Flickr—the one-time leader in photo-sharing sites—finally got a major overhaul. Is it enough to get you back? Maybe.
Yahoo may have just spent more than $1 billion to add Tumblr to its portfolio, but changes to Flickr grabbed much of the focus at a Monday afternoon press briefing.
Google added a slew of new features to its fledgling social network, Google+, but can any new network compete with the power of Facebook?
At Google I/O, the search giant showed off a slew of updates for developers and customers alike. How do Apple's products and tools stack up?
Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Searching Google is a quick way to find information, but more advanced functions can help users find more helpful information faster.
Google on Wednesday showed off a redesigned Google+ and new Hangouts app to overtake Facebook as the world’s top social network.
Vobok, a free iOS and Android app, lets you share 30-second sound clips as an audio answer to Vine’s six-second video loops and Twitter’s 140-character written missives.
A Twitter campaign will let people who forgot about Mother's Day get a professionally painted portrait to give to Mom. Starting Sunday morning, all you have to do is tweet out the "best" reason for forgetting Mother's Day with the hashtag #motherpieces.
Yahoo's Flickr mobile app may be getting a completely new look in the months to come, as the company seeks to hire multiple iOS engineers to "radically improve" the photo-sharing site's app and attract new users.
Developer David Smith says the annual fee should make the new RSS reading service more responsive to users, because they will actually be customers.
Hotline is an online community created int he early days of the Internet. There are a few servers still active, and Benj Edwards shows how you can take part.
The video-sharing service can thank Generation C for pushing it past the billion-user milestone. That's the generation of Americans, age 18 to 34, who watch YouTube on multiple devices and enjoys video creation and sharing.