A new cell phone application can tag photographs with names, locations and even activities - all by itself.
Flickr has admitted accidentally deleting a photo-blogger's account, wiping out his 4,000 photos at a stroke.
FourSquare yesterday updated its iPhone application to allow users to post photos and comments when checking in - and says it's already getting one photo upload a second.
Computer scientists have invented a way of creating 3-D models of landmarks and geographical locations using photos available on sites like Flickr.
There's no privacy nowadays for even the tiniest members of society, with a survey revealing that eight out of ten children have some sort of online presence before they reach two years old.
Air Hogs is preparing to launch a $65 ‘chopper spy drone in Fall 2010.
The aircraft - dubbed "Hawk Eye" - is capable of snapping hundreds of photos at a resolution of 640×480 or capturing 5 minutes of video at 320×240.
Queen Elizabeth II now has her own Flickr site, complete with family snaps and some old photos that have been kicking about at the back of drawers for decades.
With only two more shuttle missions set to fly, your chances of getting to the International Space Station (ISS) are slim. But as a consolation prize, NASA is promising to send your photo instead.
A new app aims to fix one of the most annoying features of the web - unwanted mentions of Justin Bieber.
Microsoft is preparing to launch a new version of Windows Live, which has apparently been dubbed "Wave 4" by a team of very bored marketeers.
Gaming used to be about playing not work, but with the advent of virtual currency to enhance game options, more and more gamers say they are willing to earn cyber cash by pimping themselves out to marketeers as survey monkeys, ad video guinea pigs and subscription sign up sasquatches.
The FBI and federal prosecutors have joined an investigation of a Pennsylvania-area school district accused of spying on students with remotely activated webcams.