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Google has found a way to convert ‘food porn’ into something useful

Google has finally found a use for the disgusting amount of food porn shared on Instagram, Facebook, and other social networks after every single meal: visual analysis that’s supposed to figure out how many calories were in a dish. The project has been given the distinctly unappetizing “Im2Calories” moniker. It’s said to rely on technology from the DeepMind [...]

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Why the Instagrammers whose photos Richard Prince sold for $90,000 should stop complaining

Richard Prince is an artist with a long history of “reappropriation.” In 1989, he re-photographed an existing photo of a cowboy from a cigarette ad and sold it for $1 million. He did the same with a highly sexualized photo of Brooke Shields taken when she was 10 years old. And now he’s attracted the ire [...]

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Ex-Football Player Pleads Guilty to Posting Revenge Porn On Instagram

Jermaine Cunningham, former linebacker for the New York Jets, pleaded guilty to spreading sexually-revealing photos of a former girlfriend through his social media. Cunningham admitted to posting suggestive photos of his ex on his Instagram, as well as tagging her in the pictures without her consent. The posts revealed shots of the woman’s inner thigh, [...]

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The Awesomer on Instagram

Follow Awesomer Media on Instagram and go behind the scenes and on the road with The Awesomer crew, as we check out cool cars, great destinations, awesome products, tasty eats, satisfying spirits and the best life has to offer. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Periscope loosens the ties between its shiny new app and Twitter’s main service

Periscope is no longer limited to Twitter users. Now all people need to use the live-streaming app is a smartphone, wireless Internet, and a phone number. Twitter acquired Periscope in January. It’s not clear how much the app cost, but a quarterly earnings report lumps the live-streaming app with the Niche talent agency Twitter purchased in [...]

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Instagram takes its first step into world of content with @music

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep While Instagram has grown to be a significant platform for established and budding artists alike to connect with their fans on a more personal level, the photo-sharing platform had always lacked an official community highlighting the influential world of music. Up until today, that is. The [...]

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Facebook uses Hello to sneakily accomplish what Home never could (An analogy involving a frog)

Facebook’s attempt to use the Android platform for its own purposes by releasing the Home launcher was an unmitigated failure. It changed the experience of using Android too much and offered users too few benefits. Now the company wants to use a dialer app called Hello to realize that same goal without alienating users or changing [...]

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Instagram takes a smarter stance on the female body, but it still has work to do

Instagram has updated its community guidelines to make it clear what will be allowed onto its photo-sharing service and what’s likely to be deleted on sight. The rules are similar to before, but an Instagram spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that the “language is just stronger” than it was in older versions. The updated [...]

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