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8 billion photos later, Flickr finally gets a new look

thenextweb.com
Following the launch of its new iPhone app, which had gone without an update for almost a year, Yahoo has continued its Flickr revamp by rolling out a revamped design for its Flickr.com website by introducing a new “simplified navigation bar” and an overhauled Explore page. Flickr says the new...
8 billion photos later, Flickr finally gets a new look
Dropbox adds automated photo uploads to iOS app, may be killing public folders

Why Facebook’s purchase of Instagram won’t be its last

www.geekwire.com
With Facebook’s IPO pending, the social media mammoth has been bolstering user offerings and analytics capabilities with major acquisitions, most recently with the social photo sharing app, Instagram. With news this past week that Facebook’s growth – it now boasts 900 million users worldwide – has begun to slow,...
Why Facebook’s purchase of Instagram won’t be its last

5 Fantastic Facebook Fan Page Ideas to Learn From

mashable.com
This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.So your business is on Facebook, and brand engagement is up thanks to some savvy social media strategy. You may even be interested in further distinguishing...
5 Fantastic Facebook Fan Page Ideas to Learn From
Dropbox doubles size of Pro accounts for free, intros 500GB plan
Facebook's iOS App Gets Multi-Photo Sharing, Gifts, Chat Buddy List. And Here's What Might Come Next
Facebook Tries Letting You Message From Homepage Status Box To Battle Google Hangouts

Fix reportedly coming for iOS photo uploading loophole

arstechnica.com
A loophole within iOS that allows developers to surreptitiously upload users' photos and location data without their knowledge may soon have a fix. The Verge reported on Tuesday evening that its sources said Apple is aware of the bug and is "likely planning a fix" as part of an...
Fix reportedly coming for iOS photo uploading loophole

Instagram 3.0 adds Photo Maps, infinite scrolling and speed improvements (video)

www.engadget.com
Wondering if that Facebook acquisition would slow down the pace of innovation at Instagram? Perhaps v3.0 will answer that. The famed photo sharing network -- now some 80 million users deep -- is detailing its latest user interface overhaul today, and geolocation is at the heart of it. Lining...
Instagram 3.0 adds Photo Maps, infinite scrolling and speed improvements (video)

E-Invites to the Social Network Events of 2012

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Invitations have come a long way since the days of paper cards and phone RSVPs. Their digital incarnations range from Evites to eye-catching Paperless Posts to apps that run on smartphones. When Facebook got in on the party, it started letting its users organize events by inviting one another. [...
E-Invites to the Social Network Events of 2012
Facebook for iOS updated with faster newsfeed, re-built timeline on iPhone, improved photo uploading
You don't need a Facebook phone
Snapette creates a local fashion discovery engine
Dropbox adds automated photo uploading from PCs and Macs, new Photos page

A Facebook phone: Is this the final brick in the social network's walled garden?

gigaom.com
Looks like it’s that time of year again — the time when rumors of a “Facebook phone” pop up like tulips after a spring rainstorm. This time around, it was a cryptic announcement from the social network about a mobile event next week that set the rumor mill in motion:...
A Facebook phone: Is this the final brick in the social network's walled garden?

Senator calls for FTC investigation of Google and Apple over stealth photo uploading capabilities

9to5mac.com
When we broke the news that iOS (and later Android) apps could upload your photo library (along with videos, calendars and even record A/V), we knew some people would be upset: Congress became involved and probably motivated the move [by Apple to shut down the vulnerability], but the legislative body...
Senator calls for FTC investigation of Google and Apple over stealth photo uploading capabilities
Facebook tests automatic 'Photo Sync' uploads on Android
Facebook for Android gets front-facing camera support
Twitvid relaunches as Telly, a Pinterest for video

Senator calls for FTC investigation of Apple and Google over stealth photo uploading capabilities

9to5mac.com
When we broke the news that iOS (and later Android) apps could upload your photo library (along with videos, calendars and even record A/V), we knew some people would be upset: Congress became involved and probably motivated the move [by Apple to shut down the vulnerability], but the legislative body...
Senator calls for FTC investigation of Apple and Google over stealth photo uploading capabilities

Twitter Tuesday - this week's Twitter news, apps and more

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Filed under: Features, Social Software, web 2.0 Welcome back to Twitter Tuesday, where we drop all the Twitter news and gossip from the past week, along with the latest Twitter apps and gizmos. This is my third week writing the column, and I've managed to stick to my promise not...
Twitter Tuesday - this week's Twitter news, apps and more

Redesigned Google+ app hits iOS with iPad support, Events, instant photo uploads and Hangout creation

thenextweb.com
The new version of the Google+ app for iOS has hit the App Store, bringing with it support for the iPad, Google+ Events and the ability to both start and join Hangouts. The app has also gotten a quicker photo uploading option that allows you to shoot images and ‘instantly’...
Redesigned Google+ app hits iOS with iPad support, Events, instant photo uploads and Hangout creation
Photobucket works to find space in the photo arena

Android Apps also have a backdoor to your photos

arstechnica.com
Recent investigations into the untidy state of smartphone app permissions have led to a startling discovery—Android apps can siphon photos off your phone as long as you give the app permission to access an Internet connection. After throwing Apple into the fire for allowing social networking app Path to...
Android Apps also have a backdoor to your photos

Facebook launches Facebook Camera for iPhone, complete with filters and batch photo uploading

9to5mac.com
Facebook has launched Facebook Camera for iPhone this afternoon. Looks a lot like Instagram. (via The Verge) A lot more to come. ...
Facebook launches Facebook Camera for iPhone, complete with filters and batch photo uploading
Instagram adds minor web functionality, ability to like and comment

Microsoft: there's a limit to Tango's love (for 256MB devices, anyway)

www.engadget.com
Microsoft's going after the low-end market with devices like the Lumia 610 and its brethren. The handset's biggest limitation is that it only packs 256MB RAM and Redmond spent last week imploring developers to slim down their apps or face ghettoization. Now the company's revealing what else will be...
Microsoft: there's a limit to Tango's love (for 256MB devices, anyway)

Twitter for BlackBerry 3.0 brings easier photo-uploading, automatic link-shortening, BBM integration

www.engadget.com
Listen up, you BlackBerry users, you: Twitter's just released a new version of its BB app, and though the list of new features is hardly earth-shaking, they should all be welcome additions to those of you who've been making do with version 2.0. On board we've got automatic link-shortening,...
Twitter for BlackBerry 3.0 brings easier photo-uploading, automatic link-shortening, BBM integration

Instagram hits the desktop web, but photo uploading remains mobile-first

gigaom.com
Instagram was the company that has perhaps best pioneered the launch of a successful, truly mobile-first social network, but after Facebook bought the company, a web future seemed inevitable. Instagram launched a desktop photo stream on Tuesday, allowing users to scroll through photos of users they follow just as they do on...
Instagram hits the desktop web, but photo uploading remains mobile-first

Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013

techcrunch.com
Photo uploading and sharing is growing at an incredible pace, according to data shared by KPCB’s Mary Meeker in the Internet Trends report she presented on stage at D11 today. Well over 500 million photos are shared per day on average so far in 2013, the report estimates, which is...
Snapchat Accounts For More Photo Shares Than Instagram As Pic Sharing Set To Double In 2013
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