Over the next few weeks, Facebook will be rolling out a new feature that brings facial recognition technology to the photo tagging process. Here's how it works: Whenever you upload a photo and want to tag a group of friends in it, Facebook will use facial recognition software to generate a list of suggestions, based on similar photos. If, for example, you upload a bunch of photos with the same...
Share In 2009, Ars Technica discovered that an alarmingly high number of deleted Facebook photos were never actually deleted. Now, more than a year later, it appears that the social network has yet to fix the problem. When Ars Technica's Jacqui Cheng first contacted Facebook representatives about the issue, they told her that any deleted photos were inaccessible to other users, even if they...
Facebook users everywhere will soon be able to upload photos in higher resolution, tag their friends with greater efficiency and browse through their friends' albums with more grace, thanks to a new set of features that will begin rolling out this month. The social networking site's new photo features will allow users to upload photos in a 2048-pixel resolution, instead of the traditional...
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