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Technically Incorrect: Women aged 16 to 25 years old take three selfies a day, according to a new UK study. And there's lighting, make-up and camera angles to consider.
Selfie sticks are often seen as either handy photographic tools or signs of rampant narcissism in popular culture. But there's plenty of room for both viewpoints, argues Crave's Amanda Kooser.
Technically Incorrect: Brag is a new social network that allows you to be who you really are: a desperately egotistical, self-centered narcissist who just wants to show off all day. And who wants to be proud of it.
Recently published research from Canada suggests trolls have something wrong with them. Well, a lot. But don't we all?
Speaking at a Democratic Party fund-raiser, the president says social media lets us see the minute details of the world's hardships.
Speaking at Defcon, the notorious security expert lambastes what he sees as Google's destruction of privacy.
Photographer Mike Mellia snaps a series of hilarious, absurd, selfie-style shots as a comment on rampant self-portraiture in the age of social media.
The Sony Xperia C3 packs a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with a flash for feeding your selfie habit.
TicketLeap is using technology to replace ticket QR codes with, guess what, your selfies. Say hello to the Selfie Ticket.
The Canon PowerShot N100 makes every shot a selfie, packing two cameras for double the narcissism.