Today, Google announced some improvements that are coming to its Photos service. It will now recognize your pets right alongside your friends and family, so you'll no longer have to search for them.
Usually when you get an update to your computer, you want to know what it does. However, a new update being pushed live from the servers offers up a mysterious Photos app with no details whatsoever.
After a fair amount of outrage over Microsoft changing the name of its Photos app to Story Remix, the app has gone a full 360 degrees, and is back to its original name of Microsoft Photos.
The Store listing for the upcoming Spotify app for Xbox One has been spotted, shedding more light on its features as well as its visual appearance. The app is currently being internally tested.
Microsoft has begun testing a cloud-based AI-powered search for its Photos app by rolling out a preview update to Windows Insiders, giving the app a similar ability already present in the rival apps.
Telegram 4.2 has been released for Android and iOS. The new update brings self-destructing messages and a CDN behind the scenes to further increase the speed of the Telegram network.
Google may be steadily improving its Photos app, but the latest update may be a bit of bad news for its users, as a really useful feature has been silently removed from the Photos app.
The beta version of OneDrive for Android just got an update with a new feature. To free up space the app will now offer to delete some of your local content that it has already backed up.
Google Home adds voice support for Netflix and Google Photos on televisions via Chromecast for both Android and iOS devices. This update is currently limited to consumers located in the US.
Microsoft finally updated its Photos app for non-Insiders today to include Windows Ink support. Users will now be able to use a pen or their finger to draw on their favorite photos.
Insiders running Windows 10 build 14951 will finally be able to use Windows Ink features in the Photos app. The feature was originally announced at Microsoft's Build 2016 developer conference.
Google announced new features that are coming to its Google Photos service today, including new, easier ways to share images and videos. The company is also stepping up creations.
Yahoo has announced a revamped Messenger app for desktop users on Windows and Mac. It brings a number of new features to the app including the ability to send photos and GIFs as well as "unsend" them.
Microsoft has pushed out an update to OneDrive on the web and its apps across different platforms. The update comes with lots of changes including a Poké detector to cater for Pokémon GO players.
Microsoft today released an update for the Photos app, which will allow users to create slow motion videos from existing videos. The update is currently only available to Insiders.
Following the removal of photo syncing from the main app, Facebook is now threatening to delete synced photos from their servers unless users download its Moments app.
Microsoft plans to create client applications under its new ‘Evoke Studio' banner, according to a recent job posting. Microsoft Research and OneDrive are listed as implementation partners.
Microsoft Photos received an update today that was long awaited by some. The update brings native printing to the app, along with the option to show a Living Image as a still image.
Google will shutter its acquired photo service Picasa in the coming months. Photos will take the place of the service, with Picasa service ending in May 2016.
Twitter has improved the way pictures are displayed on their website. Users will no longer have to expand posts to view the image in full, and photos uploaded in batch are easier to view as well.
New renders allegedly showcasing a cancelled "Nokia/Microsoft Mercury" tablet device have leaked online. No details or specifications of the device are known as of yet.
I go hands-on and give my first impressions of one of Microsoft's latest flagships, the Lumia 950, including sample photos and a low light 4K video sample.
New features also include saving cloud storage space by retroactively downgrading photos from Original Quality to High Quality, thereby converting photos to the "unlimited" storage tier.
Google Photos is celebrating a five month milestone by offering 11 fun facts about the service. Not surprising, the service has 100 million users and people love to photograph dogs.
New high-resolution photos of Microsoft's upcoming flagship devices, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL have leaked online which allow a closer look at the devices, revealing new details.
Insiders using Microsoft's latest public build of Windows 10 Mobile can check the Store for updates, as a bunch of the company's and operating system's core apps are being updated.
Google's new Photos service holds a bit of a nasty surprise as the service continues to collect users' photos even after the app is deleted from a phone. Google says this behaviour is normal.
Facebook integration - including contact/calendar sync, and the ability to share to the social network - is no longer supported within Windows and other Microsoft services, after recent API changes.
A Brazilian judge has ordered a nationwide temporary ban of WhatsApp following the company's refusal to help in an investigation related to child pornography. Despite the ban, it is working normally.
Facebook has paid $12,500 to Laxman Muthiya, an Indian Security researcher for reporting a major vulnerability which could allow hackers to delete all the public photos on the social platform.
A newly released app which let users to watermark photos which they were uploading to Facebook has been removed by the company along with the photos users posted, in the run up to new privacy rules.
HTC is looking to make an impression at the upcoming CES show next week, with people of all budgets in mind. Just days away from the event we get another possible leak of the HTC One M9 (Hima).
Everyday Microsoft puts up a new image on the Bing homepage and if you want to take a look at previous images to add them to your collection, there is now a 'gallery' view that makes this possible.
New pictures showing the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, the upcoming flagship Samsung tablet for 2014, have been revealed by evleaks that show the device in all its glory from various views and angles.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 8.1 will be able to find text found inside photos through its Bing search feature if the image has been uploaded to the SkyDrive service.
New images of Sony's unannounced Xperia Z1, previously known as the Honami, show the handset in great high-resolution detail. The upcoming device is expected to launch next week at IFA in Berlin.
Facebook has finally unveiled shared photo albums, which has been long-requested to enable multiple users to collaboratively upload all of their photos to one single album for everyone.
A Nokia VP confirmed in an interview that the popular photo-sharing app, Instagram will finally be coming to Windows Phone. There's no timetable for the launch yet, but one of our sources says soon.
Microsoft has announced it has added more photo features to SkyDrive, including rotating images, adding support for viewing animated GIFs and improved photo sharing abilities.
We already know the design and specs of Google's brand new Nexus 7 and now iFixit gave us a proper look inside. If you're a fan of electronics than these images are definitely for you.