Of course the year's best photos can't all come from the same place, but with photographers all over the world Reuters certainly gets some amazing stuff. And it's kind of cool to watch three minutes that visually sum up 2013.
Weeks of torrential rainfall have sent water levels skyrocketing throughout central Europe. The Elbe and Danube rivers, among others, have swollen to the point of overflow, while breached levees and ruined damns have loosed deadly floodwaters upon Germany, where tens of thousands have been evacuated from their homes.
Reuters is suggesting that Google will launch a new version of its Nexus 7 tablet in July—which will bring with it a decent spec bump, if the rumors are to be believed.
Sometimes you just want to catch up on current events, plain and simple. In that case, Reuters is a pretty obvious source.
Matthew Keys, one of Reuters News' top social media managers, is facing potentially serious prison time after federal accusations that he's a member of Anonymous. According to the DOJ, Keys tried to help hackers deface Tribune Company news sites.
Reuters has withdrawn its story on Phil Schiller's denial of a cheaper, smaller iPhone. Well that sure clears things up!
Every year, Reuters publishes a list of its best photography, and you'll recognise plenty of the 95 iconic images that capture this year's biggest news stories. One keen Redditor, though, wanted to know more—so analyzed the EXIF data of all the images to find out how they were captured.
Reuters pulls from a cadre of the most talented, most daring photographers in the business to capture some of world's most iconic photos. The picture of the situation room when SEAL Team 6 took out Osama? Reuters. The photo of Sadaam Hussein's statue coming down in 2003? Reuters. And now you can experience all the…
Reuters has had its blogging platform hacked twice in as many weeks. Somebody, please upgrade its security. [Reuters]
People love aliens. It's a fact. But it's one thing for them to be beyond the farthest reaches of the galaxy and another for them to live next door. So GOOD and Column Five Media created this graphic to illustrate just how many people believe aliens walk among us.
In case you weren't aware, two very rich and good looking people in England just got married, and everyone in the world went into a frenzy about their hats and hair and shoes. So photos were key! Here's the gear.
Apple's corporate headquarters, PR megamachine and primary customer base are in the US. Their products, on the other hand, come directly from Chinese hardware manufacturers. Like Apple, they're good at keeping secrets. Unlike Apple, they're sometimes violent about it.
With the help of Dartmouth College, Reuters and Canon, Adobe will be developing a tool that will be able to distinguish the authenticity of a photo. It will come in the form of a Photoshop plugin and it can link a picture to a camera and even a specific camera. The plugin will also have the ability to track all of the…