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Picnik is shutting down for good on April 19. We'll show you a few alternatives to consider.
Picnik users say Google is trying to force them into its Google+ social network if they want access to the site's photo-editing features. And they're not happy about it.
The Web giant continues its purge of peripheral actitivies, shuttering the photo-editing service, its social graph API and four other businesses.
Google's recent acquisition of Picnik has led to deep integration of the photo editor into Google's Picasa Web Albums site.
Want to start editing any image on the Web with Picnik? There's a new Firefox extension that lets you do just that.
Picnik, which makes an online photo editor, has announced on its blog that the company is being bought by Google.
The latest partners in the Yahoo Open Strategy offer ways to help you make payments from your e-mail inbox--which might keep you inside Yahoo a bit longer.
Webware 100 winner: Picnik
A new Picnik tool lets you export your freshly edited pictures to Twitter using Photobucket's TwitGoo service.
Web-based photo-editing tool Picnik now has support for batch uploading and multiphoto editing. With minimal effort, users can add transparency, text, and myriad filter effects.