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Instagram Will Launch First Version of Subscriptions This Week

Instagram is set to launch the first version of Subscriptions on the platform this week, which the company says is designed to support creators and allow them to “monetize and become closer to their followers through exclusive experiences.” Instagram’s head Adam Mosseri explains that the company would be focusing on making its app better for […]

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The Spectacular Winners of the 2021 Ocean Art Photography Competition

The Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition has revealed its 2021 winners, marking the contest’s 10th anniversary. Although the participants encountered challenges and travel restrictions brought upon by the pandemic, the submitted entries showed a high caliber of craftsmanship. The contest, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, looks for the world’s best photos that document marine […]

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Tonga Volcano Eruption One of the Biggest Ever Captured From Space

An undersea volcano near the Pacific island nation of Tonga has erupted, sending an explosive shockwave by air and a tsunami by sea ripping across the Pacific Ocean. The eruption was captured in satellite images and is one of the most violent ever seen from space. The Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai volcanic island is located about […]

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Instagram Was The Number One Downloaded App Globally in Q4 2021

Instagram has been is struggling with an identity crisis and is failing to resonate with young people. Despite this, it managed to be the number one most downloaded app globally in the last quarter of 2021. The Beneficiary of TikTok’s Ban New data published by app intelligence firm Sensor Tower shows Instagram at the top […]

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Photo Editing App Bazaart Adds Video to Keep Up with Picsart

Bazaart, mainly known as a photo editing and graphic design app, has announced video editing support on iOS. The addition of video support keeps its offerings in line with the extremely competitive app-based editing market. What is Bazaart? Bazaart is a Tel-Aviv-based AI-design app that was founded in 2012 and is ranked among the top […]

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Incredible Footage of a ‘Psychedelic’ and Colorful Deep-Sea Jellyfish

[embedded content] The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) has published a new video that features what it describes as a weird and wonderful deep-sea creature. This “psychedelic” jellyfish is one of the most colorful residents of the ocean’s midnight zone. MBARI regularly uses underwater remote operated vehicles (ROVs) to explore the ocean off the […]

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Fujifilm’s New Fujicolor 200 Looks to be Kodak Gold 200 in Disguise

Fujifilm released a new Fujicolor 200 film in December, but astute film fans noticed something unusual about the curves diagram in its datasheet: namely that it looked awfully familiar to Kodak Gold 200. The Fujifilm Fujicolor 200 that was originally launched in 2019 has a completely different specification than this new version that was just […]

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iPhone Malware Can Fake a Shutdown, Use Cameras to Spy on Owner

Researchers from cyber security firm Zecops have discovered a way to alter an iPhone’s shutdown sequence to trick an infected user into believing the phone has been turned off, but actually is still running and can secretly record photos and videos. As reported by BleepingComputer, typically iOS malware can be removed by restarting the device, […]

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Photographer Shares His Experience Documenting ‘Washington on Edge’

National Geographic has published a stirring piece from photographer Louie Palu that covers his experience documenting two impeachments, a pandemic, civil unrest, lockdowns, and an attack on democracy. “Washington On Edge” is a powerful story made up of video clips, photos, and text that provides a first person point of view of how the country’s […]

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This 717-Gigapixel Photo is the Highest-Res Ever Captured of Artwork

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has released an interactive photo of The Night Watch painting by Rembrandt in a staggering resolution of 717-gigapixels. The museum claims it is the highest resolution photo of artwork ever captured. The photo was taken as part of Operation Night Watch, the largest and most comprehensive investigation into Rembrandt’s masterpiece ever […]

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Verizon Will Now Track Your Online Activity Unless You Opt Out

Verizon has launched what it calls its “Custom Experience” program that allows the company to track all app and web browsing activity on any device on its network unless customers specifically opt-out. What is the Verizon Custom Experience? As reported by The Verge in December, Custom Experience is a rebrand/spinoff of Verizon Selects, which customers […]

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Photographer Captures a ‘3-Headed Deer’ Optical Illusion

Wildlife photographer Renatas Jakaitis was shooting in the forests of Lithuania when he managed to capture this unusual optical illusion photo of a “three-headed deer.” The image may appear at first glance to be the result of some clever Photoshop editing, but it was actually the result of good luck and perfect timing. The Story […]

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These Are the First 100% AI-Generated Stock Photos of People

Smarterpix, Germany’s leading stock photo agency, has announced an industry-first: a set of stock portraits that are 100% generated by artificial intelligence (AI) and available for legal licensing. Smarterpix is operated by PantherMedia, the first microstock agency in Germany, which partnered with VAIsual, a technology company that pioneers algorithms and solutions to generate synthetic licensed […]

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