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Rufous Hummingbird Gets Top Billing In Google’s Earth Day Doodle

Google has an interesting doodle up for Earth Day. It’s animated, and it shows several different animals as you click. You can click the search icon to learn more about each one. The Rufous Hummingbird appears first. Here’s a closer look at one of those: You have to wonder if the hummingbird’s top billing is a nod to Google’s Hummingbird …

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Google Adds ‘Auto Backup’ Photo Access To Gmail

Google has launched a new photo-sharing feature for Gmail, enabling you to insert your Auto Backup photos from your phone into Gmail messages on the web with the new Insert Button. Click the button, and you’ll get access to your backed-up photo library. This is one of those perks of having Google’s various services integrated with one another. “If you …

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Photos Still Your Best Bet For Facebook Engagement [Report]

You may be having some trouble getting your posts seen by people in the News Feed lately, but it would appear that photos are still your your best bet for organic reach, if new data from SocialBakers is any indication. The firm looked at three different sizes of Facebook Pages (1-99,999 fans, 100,000-999,999 fans, and 1,000,000+ fans), and found that …

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A Saturn Moon Has Water, And Possibly Life, Scientists Say

Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, contains water – which planetary scientists have long suspected lurked beneath its icy veneer and above its rocky core – and it has been confirmed scientists announced on Thursday. Planetary scientists suspected water existed since 2005, when photographs showing geysers of ice crystals shooting out of its south pole were captured. The findings, published in the journal …

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Twitter Adds Photo Tagging, Multiple Photos In Tweets

Twitter is rolling out a new update to its Android and iOS apps with new photo features for tagging people and including up to four pics in a single tweet. The tagging feature is quite frankly long overdue. How long has Facebook had that? Like forever? Anyhow, with the update, you can tag up to ten people on one photo, …

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Instagram Likes Hard to Come By? Take a Selfie

Your face drives engagement. It’s really that simple. Your Instagram photos (and possibly your Facebook photos too) are going to be much more popular if they prominently feature one crucial element–a human face. The Georgia Institute of Technology teamed up with Yahoo Labs and looked at 1.1 million Instagram photos to find that out. Instagram photos that featured a human …

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Sofia Vergara Talks About Her Rockin’ Bod at 41

Sofia Vergara, the sexy 41-year-old Latin star of ABC’s hit sitcom, Modern Family, was ambushed on Tuesday when given a “bachelorette party” by Ellen DeGeneres on the comedienne’s talk show. Vergara and Ellen, who are both CoverGirl spokesmodels, joked and laughed during Vergara’s appearance, especially when Sofia admitted her surprised delight at the recent photos of she and fiance, Nick …

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Here’s What You Can Do With Twitter On Android Now (And iPhone Soon)

Twitter announced some updates to its mobile apps to give users some new photo editing options and quick access to more content. The new photo editing capabilities allow you to crop by selecting an aspect (like square or wide), and rotate an image before you share it. It will also provide a reminder to @mention your friends when you upload …

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Here Are Some Stunning Photos of North Korea from TIME’s Instagram Photog of the Year

TIME magazine recently named David Guttenfelder, the AP’s chief Asia photographer, “Instagram Photographer of the Year” – an award that would have confused most people a few year ago. Sure, it’s a new medium – but why not give credit where credit is due. Guttenfelder, who exclusively captures via iPhone, has an incredible photostream on the Facebook-owned social network. That’s …

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Flickr Finally Lets You Embed Photos Across the Web

In an effort to spread its presence across the web, Yahoo-owned photo sharing site Flickr has finally launched web embeds. Starting today, you can embed any public photo (or stream of photos) on your blog or site. Yes, only publicly shared photos – Flickr isn’t allowing people to just embed private photos, so don’t worry. Also, it’s not just a …

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Instagram’s Top Hashtag and Top Photo of 2013 Is…

As 2013 comes to a close, the year-in-review lists continue to roll in. We’ve already seen end-of-year stats from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Spotify. Now it’s Instagram’s turn. Instagram has revealed a bunch of data, the most interesting point being the most-used hashtag of 2013. Go ahead, take a guess. #Selfie? #TBT? Nope, the most-popular hashtag on Instagram this year …

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Instagram Direct Launches For Private Photo Sharing

Instagram announced the launch of a new private photo sharing feature called Instagram Direct. It operates pretty much like the Instagram experience that people are used to, but lets users share photos with specific recipients. “From how you capture photos and videos to the way you start conversations through likes and comments, we built Instagram Direct to feel natural to …

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