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Ep. 763: Where we tagger easy

In the midst of international turmoil, The 404 Podcast is your source for First World problems. So don't freak out yet, because Bit.Ly is in no danger of closure, the Robocop remake may still happen, cell phones don't cause cancer (hopefully), and you can now get weed from crowd-sourced coupon sites.

By February 23, 2011

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The 404 763: Where we tagger easy (podcast)

In the midst of international turmoil, The 404 Podcast is your source for First World problems. So don't freak out yet, because Bitly is in no danger of closure, the RoboCop remake may still happen, cell phones don't cause cancer (hopefully), and you can now get weed from crowdsourced coupon sites.

By February 23, 2011

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How to add tags to Chrome bookmarks

Check out this Chrome extension that can quickly find the bookmark you need, allowing you more time for browsing the Web and not your bookmark folders.

By November 2, 2012

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Facebook photo tagging gets automated

Face.com today launched it's free PhotoTagger facial recognition application for automatically tagging photos on Facebook.

By November 11, 2009

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Google buying face recognition firm Viewdle

Google may use the Ukrainian firm's technology to add photo tagging across its services.

By October 1, 2012

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Google confirms it's buying facial recognition firm Viewdle

It's official -- Google's Motorola Mobility acquires the Ukrainian maker of facial recognition technology that automatically tags photos.

By October 3, 2012

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Facebook rumored to be in talks to buy Face.com

Deal for Israel-based facial-recognition technology company is said to be valued between $80 million and $100 million.

By May 28, 2012

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Facebook shuts down Face.com APIs, Klik app

The move to shutter Face.com's facial-recognition products comes less than a month after the social-networking giant announced its acquisition of the company.

By July 8, 2012

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Facebook acquires Face.com for undisclosed sum

Social network plans to continue to support the facial-recognition software company's developer community, though what it has planned for the service is unknown.

By June 18, 2012

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Graffiti speaks, as spray paint comes alive

New video for a U.K. DJ makes one wonder what the city would be like if graffiti murals--and other things--"came to life" and told their stories.

By January 25, 2012