Riya enters private beta
Riya is launching its next product, Like.com, a visual catalog and search tool for consumer goods.
Riya's Web-based service involves photo search. But that oversimplifies what could be one of the coolest--or scariest--innovations to come along in some time.
A new prototype application from the Swedish firm The Astonishing Tribe can auto-discover social-networking information about someone based on nothing more than a mobile phone photo.
Web 2.0 watch: Amiglia marries photos and family trees
Polar Rose inches towards useful face recognition with the release of a beta that lets users tag photos online.
Does Like.com "visual image search" increase the likelihood of shoppers being paired with what they will buy, or is it simply another cool-but-useless application?
Search: Not as good as it gets
The next phase of search