The Softonic Minute: Flickr gives out 1TB of free storage, Twitter tightens security, and some good news for fans of Call of Duty and FIFA.
Here’s your Friday dose of this week’s top news in the software world.
Flickr is giving you a Terabyte…completely free. Flickr has been redesigned from top to bottom. Along with the new design, Flickr is offering up to one Terabyte of online storage which you can fill with your high resolution images. The new version of Flickr gives more attention to your images. Updates for Android and iPhone versions of the photo sharing service will arrive soon.
Twitter has just got a whole lot more secure. Thanks to its new two-phase verification system, Twitter has reduced the possibility that your account can be compromised. You can access this new security feature through the options menu.
A new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts has been released. There have been significant graphical improvements in Call of Duty: Ghosts and we’ve seen already some impressive screenshots of the game during the presentation of the new console from Microsoft, the Xbox One. Finally, Call of Duty has some quality graphics that should live up to expectations of fans.
FIFA 14 will have a new graphics engine. The new engine is called Ignite and was announced during the Xbox ONE presentation. The first gameplay shots in FIFA 14 have not disappointed so far. Artificial Intelligence is now capable of more complex gameplay but the bad news is that Ignite won’t be a feature of the PC version.