You’ve got lots of pictures and movies on your phone. Qwiki can make a compilation of them – and put it to music.
Time flies by, so sometimes it’s good to stop and record a little of it. The Collect app prompts you to take a photo a day.
For most travelers, taking pictures is part of having a good trip. But for one frequent flier, taking a photo caused some turbulence he didn’t quite expect. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details.
You’ve probably seen those photobooks that online sites make from photos you upload, but Mosaic takes things a step further.
Forget all those filter apps, if you really want to have fun with photos, FaceGoo is the way to do it.
Undecided about what to order at a restaurant? There’s a social media App that’s turning into a menu assistant.
Did Sandy cause damage in your area? If so, send us your photos and videos, and tune in later to see if we use them on air.
The Incredibooth app takes a series of photos, displaying them in a strip, much like the photo booths that you’ll find at malls.
What can you do if you find your picture on a mean-spirited or fashion disaster type websites? Depends on where the photo was taken.
A new study from the University of Chicago found that people immersed in the Internet age are more likely to choose Facebook or Twitter over sex.
The Realty Owners Association of Stone Harbor (ROA) is producing a hardback book with photographs of visitors’ summer Stone Harbor memories.
A Princeton University student has been charged with invasion of privacy after being accused of taking sexually explicit photos of a fellow male student in a dorm room at the Ivy League school after he had fallen asleep, police said.
Mitt Romney crashed a wedding in Lakewood, New Jersey on Wednesday evening.
Rather than just writing a caption, the voicepic app lets you add written – and audio – captions to pictures, giving them an added layer of complexity and fun.