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Instagram is retiring the swipe-up link feature in Stories that allows users to direct their audience to external websites and will use link stickers ’ with additional business customization features ’ instead. Earlier this year, Instagram announced its plans to give influencers more ways to make money through the branded content marketplace and other tools
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Apple has recently patented an unusual method for dealing with the much-maligned “notch” that contains its front-facing camera. Rather than use a system that places the camera under the display, Apple instead has designed a moving “window” that can open to reveal a camera behind it. As noted by Patently Apple, the expandable display that
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Apple has acknowledged that the way it announced its plans to automatically scan iPhone photo libraries to protect children from abusive content may have introduced “confusion” and explains how it is designed to prevent abuse by authoritarian governments. After some heated feedback from the community at large, it appears that Apple has acknowledged it had
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[embedded content] Serif has released its latest 1.10 update to its image editor suite, Affinity Photo, alongside Affinity Designer and Publisher, which claims to bring “superpowered performance” with a completely re-engineered architecture. The new major update is available today, with a free upgrade to all existing Affinity app users across all operating systems. The company
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[embedded content] Leica has partnered with Japanese collectible company Medicom Toy with a limited edition Bearbrick toy. The cartoon-style bear will be available in three sizes and features iconic Leica camera iconography, but it won’t take photos. Originally teased on Weibo and announced in full in Zeek Magazine (and spotted by Leica Rumors), the Bearbrick
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PhotoPlus has launched Learning Lens, a new online platform that will play host to educational resources for photographers. The company says that it plans to cover anything and everything photographers could possibly want to learn about, all for free. Online educational resources aren’t new, as perhaps the most well-known one aimed at photographers and creatives
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