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Yahoo’s Flickr to offer massive 1 terabyte of storage for free

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[LOS ANGELES TIMES]

Yahoo followed its purchase of Tumblr, a cool, hip brand, with a fresh revamp for Flickr, another cool and once beloved start-up that has struggled to retain its luster since it was acquired.

The Sunnyvale, Calif., company said it was redesigning Flickr, a popular photo-sharing website it bought in 2005 that has been in a slow decline ever since the acquisition. But more importantly than the new website design, Yahoo also announced that it is giving all users 1 terabyte of storage, or about 1,000 gigabytes, that they can use for photos and video.

Read more about Yahoo’s Flickr remake at Los Angeles Times.

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