Commentary: In a new commercial, Apple suggests you’ll create perfect portraits with its new phone. But will you?
PETA argued the monkey owned the photos’ copyright, and it should administer the rights.
Science confirms we love to bare our soul in selfies, but can’t stand to look at everyone else’s self-portraits, which are so clearly narcissistic.
But you still shouldn’t in these 17 states where the act is illegal. The post Cops Probably Don’t Have Time to Arrest You for Taking Ballot Selfies appeared first on WIRED.
(credit: NicoleKlauss) “Dude, check out who I voted for!” We soon could be seeing a lot more selfies with that caption. That’s because legislation legalizing ballot selfies in voting booths landed on California Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk on Friday. Assembly Bill 1494 amends California law that, for now, says “a voter shall not show” a […]
Campaign photos used to be controlled and stately. Thanks to the Internet, that’s not possible anymore. The post Politicians Don’t Want to Kiss Your Baby—They Want Selfies! appeared first on WIRED.
When will teens get tired of taking selfies? Probably never given the myriad ways they can augment what nature gave them thanks the power of the smartphone in their pocket. And YC-backed Lollicam is another app to add to the teen face morphing arsenal. Read More
Happy birthday, Google Photos. In the year since its launch, the service has created 1.6 billion animations, collages and movies from your snapshots, according to a post on the Google blog. More than that, there've been some 2 trillion labels, with 2…
Technically Incorrect: A West Virginia inmate somehow gets hold of a cell phone and merrily posts away, while in handcuffs. But where did he get the phone?