Simple exploits use images to attack websites
The 'right' picture lets intruders run whatever code they want.
Data-mined photos document 100 years of (forced) smiling
A high-school yearbook database dating to the 1900s shows how hairstyles, clothing and smiles have changed.
No thanks: JPEG images may soon have copy protection
The JPEG organization is working on a standard that would lock down images with DRM.
Instagram no longer thinks it's hip to be square
The Instagram square is dead -- long live portrait and landscape photography.
NASA's iconic images are now easier to find
NASA has just launched a mega photo library that masses more than 70 different collections togethe...
Internet pictures can hide code that leaves you open to hacks (update: criticism)
You might want to be more cautious the next time you click on an internet image link sent by a str...
Microsoft's age detection shows up in your Bing image searches
Microsoft's face-based age detection is still a little wonky (I'm thankfully younger than what you...
Wolfram's new website can identify objects in your photos
Wolfram Research can already do some pretty cool things, like answer Twitter questions and spot ov...
Flickr lets you turn other people's photos into wall art for your home
Remember that Wall Art service Flickr launched in October that gave you a way to buy big prints of...