Built-in service expected to be announced this week would compete with services such as Twitpic and Yfrog, according to TechCrunch report.
In the week Flickr hosted its 2 billionth image, Photobucket has announced dynamic photo tagging and Kodak has tied up with Packard Bell
Privacy is going to be an increasing concern as more and more photographs embed information about the location where they were taken.
Manually tagging things is a pain and, if one doesn't have obvious geographical features in the photo, it may be hard to locate them exactly on a map. So--how about marrying GPS data to the photos? It's a sound idea, it's doable, but it requires a slightl