Helsinki-based ThingLink today began allowing its users to post on Facebook the interactive images they create with its tool.
Bing will now allow Pinterest users to pin images directly from the image search results to their boards, the company announced today.
Google will begin displaying images in a bar across the top of the screen, with a larger version of the selected image and its accompanying metadata in the center, the company said today.
Posting videos to Twitter using third party sites like TwitVid, yFrog and Vodpod may soon become a thing of the past. Twitter is rumored to be considering building their own video-hosting technology to let users upload and host videos directly on the microblogging site.
Have you ever used Reddit? If so — and I hope you have — you’ve probably clicked on an image here or there. A few years ago, those image links would have pointed to all sorts of different hosting services like imageshack and tinyimage, but those sites didn’t seem to do the trick for Reddit users. Some weren’t fast enough, some had too many ads. Whatever the reason, a Redditor named Alan Schaaf decided to put together a site to service Reddit better.
That site was imgur, and it now serves over 2 Billion monthly page views. Check out the infographic to see imgur’s path from 2009 to today.
Image bookmarking sites are great way to never loose interesting photos or images you see browsing around the web. Most of us are very used to link bookmarking sites like Delicious, but when it comes to pictures, often, we don’t know how to left some notes for ourselves and bookmark them. That’s why you may want to browse across some of the most popular image bookmarking sites listed below.
Vi.sualize.us is amazing site with great community where you can see coolest pictures people consider valuable. It is very easy to browse across pictures you are interested in because image tags are always accessible. Check out Firefox extension which will make image bookmarking even easier.
My little sister is in the market for a big ‘ol TV. As you already probably know, a 46″ space won’t necessarily fit a 46″ TV (the size is measured diagonally).