Every user gets a terabyte of storage. That's the big news that Yahoo! announced Monday for its photo-sharing service Flickr. So exactly how much digital memory is a terabyte? Think of it this way: If you took one high-definition photograph every hour of every day, it would take you approximately 61.5 years to fill all of that storage space. Another way to think of it: 537,731 full-quality photographs would be equal to one terabyte of storage.
In addition to offering more free storage than any other online photo-sharing or social media service, Flickr's look has been completely overhauled. No longer antiquated with blue text links and small or cropped images, the new Flickr is redesigned to let the photos shine -- allowing them to be on full display.
Beyond being able to personalize their Flickr experience with full-quality images, users may also share them across different social media platforms, including Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. Plus, Android users can now get in on theRead More »from Flickr Gets Redesign for the Ages