According to the Wall Street Journal, some photographers are upset the Yahoo-owned site is selling prints of photos they meant to give away for free.
The photo-sharing site apologizes for offering professional quality reprints of images uploaded for free use.
With photo-sharing sites and storage giants like Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox and Amazon, the once-dominant Flickr has lost its place. So what is Flickr now? Its chief says we'll know in about a year.
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.
Yahoo updated its Flickr app for iOS and Android, and version 3.0 introduces an entirely different design and new features including video capture.
Looking to be transparent, the US government agency brings data-driven energy usage charts, which include everything from crude oil production to wind generation to gasoline prices, to the web.
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.
As tech giants try to figure out their place in the future, they're giving more autonomy to founders of companies they've swallowed up.
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