Photo tags come to Twitter, Office arrives on the iPad and Spotify prepares for an IPO.
You can now tag multiple people in a tweeted photo, and share more than one photo per tweet.
Realface Glamoflage shirts feature celebrity lookalike faces to throw off recognition algorithms. Just don't expect to look fashionable.
When amateur ghost hunters investigate a haunted house, they bring along a bagful of consumer technology in hopes of capturing proof of spirits.
Bing now lets you tag your Facebook friends while searching so you can ask directly about queries.
Flickr has added a people-tagging system that lets you place that face. We take a look to see how it works
At the Syndicate conference in San Francisco, Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake tells ZDNet's Dan Farber how it got started and why Flickr is different from earlier photo sites. It seems it was only meant to be a game.\r\n
Five months after the acquisition of photo start-up, Divvyshot, major upgrades come to the social network's photo-sharing feature, which processes 100 million new photos per day.
Facebook is in hot water over privacy again after quietly turning on face recognition so that it can suggest tags for your photos.