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.
The web is definitely evolving and at the core of it all is social networking. It never fails to surprise how many different ideas people can come up with. Watchitoo.
Flickorama provides a cool Flickr 3D viewer that allows you to search and view pictures from Flickr as a 3D photostream. You can view these images in horizontal and vertical angles. You can even manipulate the photostream back and forth, left or right with your mouse, hence creating the 3D effect.
Twitter is growing and with it the new twitter web apps. Twitpic is a photo hosting service for twitter which easily allows you to post photos and pictures to Twitter. A lot of Twitter applications like TweetDeck and many more mobile applications like qTwitter have a support for Twitpic.
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.
You have a whole collection of photos and would love to view them regularly, preferably as your screensaver. You can use instaSaver for the purpose. It is as easy as 1-2-3.
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.