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Google’s not the only company offering new photo features to users. Yahoo is overhauling Flickr with a major update today, including up to 1TB of free photo storage for all users.


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2 replies on “Lilbits (5-20-2013): 1TB of Flickr photo storage for free”

  1. it seems in futures date microsoft would also come with somethng like Flickr or picassa – lol

  2. This update has some negatives. The photos are shown in a large black box at the top of the page forcing you to scroll down to see any comments. There should be a setting to adjust the default size of the image.

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