It’s hard to tell the difference between smartphones these days – so some manufacturers are going to surprising lengths to make their phones stand out from the crowd…
Thursday is National Selfie Day, a day celebrating the art of taking your own picture. But are you a fan of the photographic craze that dominates social media?
Instagram has changed its terms of service, much to the anger of its users. In the new terms the photo-sharing site has the right to licence your photos to other companies without telling you…
Would you drive for half an hour just to renew your driving licence photo? Well, you might have to if you’re set on doing it in person – there are currently 753 DVLA-approved Post Office branches.
One in five of us will apparently be inspired to lose weight after seeing ourselves tagged in an unflattering Facebook photo or holiday snap. Do such snaps, shared with all your friends, prompt you to get in shape?
What does the future hold for digital cameras? Higher resolutions, wireless image transfer, 3D photos? My colleague recently argued that they don’t have one – the future of photography is video.
A respected German data protection expert last week accused Facebook of breaching EU privacy laws with its facial recognition software. Should Facebook be able to recognise your face without explicit consent?
Are we so busy imagining the “likes”, “thumbs-ups” and comments our pictures will receive online that our priorities are changing when we actually take a photo? Are you taking photos for you – or for the crowd?