More than 2.6 million images from public domain e-books have been uploaded to Flickr as part of an Internet Archive project -- with 12 million more to come.
The company has been slowly removing Google and Facebook log-ins from its site, and Flickr is next on the list.
Photo-sharing app gets spruced up with a friendlier interface, a new video capture, faster search, and an easier way to share your pics.
Yahoo's photo-sharing site has switched English-language users to a new photo page that puts comments, camera details, and captions into a right-hand sidebar. It's faster, but plenty of people don't like it.
Yahoo revamped its photo-sharing site in 2013 to be more photo-friendly, but added a purple menu bar across the top that raised user hackles. Recode reports it's on its way out.
Flickr has changed the way photos can be embedded across the web, with a new overlay that promotes proper attribution.
Some users say they can't access the site at all, while others have run into delays logging in or launching certain pages.
Yahoo's photo-sharing site has had a massive revamp, with 1TB of space for everyone -- although its launch was far from smooth.
Flickr is selling a new photo plan that costs as much as an iPad. Here's what it does and who it's aimed at.
commentary More space for online photo storage is a welcome move, but it's also like having a bigger "shoebox" where more of your photos get lost. How about an increase in organization?