The least seen movie about the Rolling Stones ranks as the most revealing one ever made.
At his 1970s peak, with seven US No 1 albums in four years, Elton John was a regular at Colorado’s Caribou Ranch studios.
The photo-sharing app Instagram now has 550 million users, reaping the benefits from the growth of selfies and the propensity for celebrities such as Kim Kardashian to share images with a wider audience.
Almost a year after it came out in the US, Facebook is releasing its facial recognition-powered photo app Moments in Europe.
Pictured seated in a workshop, visor raised, 20-year-old Sophy Bage gazes resolutely across the room. Hair drawn back tightly into a ponytail, bright yellow earplugs just visible, a small smile steals across her illuminated face. She looks completely at home – and well she might. Because Bage is a welder.
The internet rarely lets truth get in the way of a good story, which can spread worldwide before anyone checks the facts.
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Analysis of shared images for exhibition at Somerset House compares happiness of selfies taken in London with those from other cities