That’s the claim of Bay Area lice-treatment expert Marcy McQuillan, who runs Nitless Noggins lice-treatment centers in Los Gatos and Scotts Valley. McQuillan claims a recent spike in lice transmissions is attributable to the photo phenomenon.
Sony is looking to help people improve the quality of the pictures they take with their smartphones.
Looking to improve your picture-snapping skills? These North Bay classes will have you rivaling Ansel Adams in no time at all.
Facebook has fixed a problem in which photos that users thought they had deleted were still accessible.
Social networking giant Twitter is making the move from its smaller South of Market offices into high-end digs in the city’s historic Market Square building, and a look inside reveals designer touches that you won’t find in most office spaces.
Shutterfly’s stock was up for a second straight day on Thursday after emerging as the likely buyer of certain assets of photo pioneer Eastman Kodak’s online photo services business.
A North Carolina woman claims Facebook locked her account after she posted pictures of her son, who has Down’s syndrome, participating in a Special Olympics event.
Police in San Francisco’s Mission District are hoping an online presence will help slow down bike thefts in the area.
A key witness in San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s domestic violence case will be allowed to testify according to a judge who made the ruling on Wednesday.
A Northern California man who trolled women’s Facebook pages searching for clues that allowed him to take over their email accounts was sentenced Friday to more than four years in state prison.