Flickr, owned by Yahoo!, has announced that all free users will now get 1 terabyte of free storage. This comes a few days after the announcement by Google to unify its free storage across its services to 15Gb.
In September 2011, Yahoo! declared that they have no intentions of exiting the search world which is still dominated by Google. As part of that strategy, Yahoo!
I’ve seen a lot of “ads” on websites asking you to shift to Firefox. But, it isn’t often that you see an ad asking you to shift to IE. But, today while checking my Yahoo!
The Flickr team has updated the recent activity page of your Flickr account. You can now sort the activity based on activity on your photos, replies to your comments or just messages. You can choose to create a custom view with only those that you are interested in.
With the space that Yahoo! offers today, it is a great place to store your files, at least temporarily. It would always be better to use a full fledged file backup service.
With the rise in popularity of Flickr, Yahoo! has finally decided to shut down Yahoo! Photos on September 20, which is just 40 days away.
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