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Correction: Getty Images photographers at World Cup

This story incorrectly stated the number of photographers Getty Images is sending to the World Cup. Getty will have a team of 46 photographers, plus 13 editors and other support staff, at the World Cup.

By June 9, 2014

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Getty makes 35 million images free for sharing

A new tool from Getty will let you embed over 35 million photos from its image library for free into social media or blog posts.

By March 5, 2014

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Getty Images makes much of its photo portfolio free to use

Image service makes more than 35 million photos available for noncommercial use via a new HTML embed tool.

By March 5, 2014

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Strange science images from the Getty's open-content archive

The Getty's new open-content image resource places some unusual images into the public domain. Are you ready to see the sun orbit the Earth?

By August 17, 2013

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Photographing the Sochi Winter Olympics with Getty

How do you photograph the Winter Olympics? Getty has a custom 100Mbps fibre optic network, mountains of pro photography gear, 360-degree panoramic tools and remote cameras.

By February 10, 2014

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Lowly DSL poised for gigabit speed boost

Internet service providers are getting a new option called G.fast that can extend the lifespan of existing copper phone lines yet again.

By October 21, 2014

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Pinterest to pay Getty for data on images

The partnership should help Pinterest improve search results and collect more accurate data on what people pin to its service.

By October 25, 2013

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Man repels bear by wielding old computer

Apparently bears in Russia aren't too fond of outdated technology, which is fortunate for a man who met one while salvaging metal from a scrap heap.

By October 21, 2014

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UK government brands trolls 'baying cowards' ahead of stiff, new prison sentences

Planned new laws could put British Internet abusers behind bars for up to two years.

By October 20, 2014

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FBI director demands access to private cell phone data

To stop terrorists and other criminals, cell phones should have encryption backdoors to enable US government surveillance, argues FBI Director James Comey.

By October 16, 2014