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Flickr Announces Justified View, A Seamless Display Of Contacts

Flickr’s got a new way for users to view their contacts that, if you’re a regular user of Google’s image search, may appear a little familiar to you. The new viewing option announced by Flickr, called Justified, creates a mosaic of images from your contacts using a seamless display of images associated with your contacts. Or, as Flickr describes it …

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Facebook Now Available For The PlayStation Vita

The PlayStation Vita has only been on the market for a few days and it’s already marching towards its goal of becoming a powerful smartphone without the phone. Starting today, you can download Facebook onto your new shiny new Vita. Appropriately, Sony has announced the news via their PlayStation Facebook wall. The app is only 12 MB in size, so …

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PlayStation Vita Gets Launch Day Apps, Games

The PlayStation Vita launched today in the U.S. and Sony already has a couple of nice apps out for the device. We already reported on the Vita having Netflix support right out of the gate. The functionality is nice and may be the fastest that Netflix has come to a game console yet. The other apps that are free to …

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Flickr Gets A New Look On February 28th

Markus Spiering, head of product management at Flickr is excited to announce a new look for the photo viewer interface that will be available february 28th. Enthusiasts who enter the download page will witness a page that appears more like an app than a website. Photos will be larger and more organized than on previous templates and the whitespace will …

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Flickr, Vimeo Sharing Coming To OS X Mountain Lion

There’s plenty of buzz today following Apple’s unexpected announcement of OS X Mountain Lion. Most of the attention is being focused on the numerous iOS features that are being incorporated into the new operating system – Reminders, Notes, Messages, Twitter integration and the Notification Center. One feature that’s getting less attention is the Share Sheets feature. Share Sheets is a …

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Online Digital Photos Could Endanger Kids

A study published in the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics this month suggests that parents and caregivers could be putting children at risk if they upload digital photos that are automatically “geotagged” by their camera. Joanne Kuzma of the University of Worcester, England, has analyzed photos that clearly show children’s faces on the photo sharing site Flickr. …

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