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With 70 Million Registered Users, Viber Brings Beta Apps To BlackBerry, Windows Phone

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We’ve been covering Viber since the very beginning, through the launch of an Android app and the addition of photo/location sharing capabilities, to the moment the company announced 50 million users, 150 million calls, and a billion text messages per month. In fact, those milestones only sprung up a few...
With 70 Million Registered Users, Viber Brings Beta Apps To BlackBerry, Windows Phone

Cameras at the table: snapping point?

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A large and growing number of people obsessively take and and share photos of their food. Are we in danger of losing the ability to simply enjoy a meal?The world was blessed with yet another food photography app last week, underscoring (or fuelling?) the growing obsession with visually recording everything...
Cameras at the table: snapping point?
Google-Backed Kibits Lets You Share With Real-World Micro-Networks, Raises $1M
Don’t Just Pin It, Buy It: Pinterest Rival Fancy Figures Out Social Commerce

Here's The Biggest Threat To Facebook, And What Facebook Is Doing About It

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The biggest threat to Facebook isn't Google or Twitter. It's the out-of-nowhere startup that allows people to do what they like to do on Facebook easier and faster. What people like to do on Facebook is share and view photos of friends and family. Facebook is popular because it is...
Here's The Biggest Threat To Facebook, And What Facebook Is Doing About It

HootSuite adds Instagram, SlideShare and more to its App Directory

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Less than ten days after Social media management dashboard HootSuite announced 4m users, the Canadian company has revealed the latest additions to its App Directory, with Instagram and SlideShare among the new recruits. Document-focused app Edocr, and engagement app Zuum have also been added. Launched in 2008, HootSuite is a...
HootSuite adds Instagram, SlideShare and more to its App Directory

Kim Dotcom announces Mega, successor to Megaupload

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Encrypted service due for launch in January will replace filesharing site that led to prosecution by US authoritiesKim Dotcom, founder of the banned Megaupload filesharing site, has announced a new version called Mega designed to sidestep the American laws under which he is being prosecuted for £175m worth of alleged...
Kim Dotcom announces Mega, successor to Megaupload

Instagram for Android hits 10m downloads in 22 days, as the service nears 50m total users

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Downloads of Instagram’s Android application continue to grow at an impressive rate, today hitting 10 million downloads on the Google Play Marketplace, just 22 days after it launched on the platform. Instagram is enjoying a relatively quiet period after the buzz of its Android launch, then the unexpected and huge...
Instagram for Android hits 10m downloads in 22 days, as the service nears 50m total users

8 Tablets That Can Beat The iPad Mini (AAPL, GOOG)

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Apple's iPad Mini--a smaller version of the iPad with a 7.85-inch screen--is expected to be announced tomorrow at an event Tuesday at the company's Cupertino, Calif. campus. As tech improves, all tablets are heading towards being lighter, thinner, and faster.  But smaller? The iPad has pretty much defined the tablet...
8 Tablets That Can Beat The iPad Mini (AAPL, GOOG)

Dropbox Sharing Gets Ridiculously Easy With Links

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In the words of Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, sharing documents and other files online is “bafflingly, still really difficult.” You could argue that Dropbox has already done its part in making that process a little easier, but with a new feature launching today, Houston and his team have tried to...
Dropbox Sharing Gets Ridiculously Easy With Links

HP’s NFC-Equipped Ultrabook Comes to Market

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You might recall that at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, Ultrabooks were all the rage. You might also remember that a couple of those laptops managed to stand out from the crowd — including Hewlett-Packard’s Envy Spectre 14, which goes on sale today. Showgoers were abuzz about the glossy,...
HP’s NFC-Equipped Ultrabook Comes to Market

Facebook and Instagram: When Your Favorite App Sells Out

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Facebook, a company with a potential market cap worth five or six moon landings, is spending one of its many billions of dollars to buy Instagram, a tiny company dedicated to helping Thai beauty queens share photos of their fingernails. Many people have critical opinions on this subject, ranging...
Facebook and Instagram: When Your Favorite App Sells Out

A change we don’t hate, Facebook updates photo viewer

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It seems Facebook has rolled out its new lightbox photo viewer to more people today, and some are saying it’s a rip off of Google+. The new feature is similar to the theater view in that it takes the user into a pop-up carousel of photos. Facebook has now,...
A change we don’t hate, Facebook updates photo viewer

The iPhone 5 Isn't The Only Apple News Today - Your Mac Will Get An Update Soon Too (AAPL)

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Last night Apple seeded an update of its operating system for Macs, called Mountain Lion to developers. It has a bunch of updates, including: Facebook integration: Mountain Lion will soon have Facebook integration just like OS 6, the soon-to-be released operating system for iPhones and iPads. That means you'll be...
The iPhone 5 Isn't The Only Apple News Today - Your Mac Will Get An Update Soon Too (AAPL)

Two Slim Digital Cameras Worth Considering – Even With Your Smartphone

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Let’s face it: Smartphones, with their ever-improving cameras and ability to instantly share photos, are munching away at the digital camera market. But some consumers still appreciate the features that a more powerful camera can provide, especially when it comes to shooting photos at weddings, on vacation or in situations...
Two Slim Digital Cameras Worth Considering – Even With Your Smartphone

Chirp: An App That Uses A Song To Share Pics

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Forget Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Chirp uses speakers and microphones to share photos and other information....
Chirp: An App That Uses A Song To Share Pics

Go-Matic Lets You Build Instant Social Groups With Anyone Around You

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There’s a new mobile app called Go-Matic that you can use to form instant groups with the people around you, giving you an easy way to make connections with people you’ve just met and to coordinate among large groups. The app comes from Go Factory, a startup launching this week...
Go-Matic Lets You Build Instant Social Groups With Anyone Around You

Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

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Note to CIOs: If you don’t think your workers are using Dropbox to store and share business documents, you’ve got another think coming. One out of five of 1,300 business users surveyed said they use the consumer file-sync-and-share system with work documents, according to new research by Nasuni, an enterprise...
Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

Pict announces new funding as it expands to tag photos for social shopping

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The importance of a strong visual component to social media and the profileration of shopping-oriented sites like Pinterest and Facebook have been great for retail brands, as consumers are spending a lot more time looking at potential purchases online. However, there are now a bunch of startups trying to fix an...
Pict announces new funding as it expands to tag photos for social shopping

Samsung Makes Galaxy S III, And Other Android Devices, Enterprise-Ready

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One of the big things that IT departments at big companies are coping with these days is the “BYOD” or “bring your own device” trend. It refers to the tendency of people to take their personally owned mobile phones and tablets to the office and the expectation that whatever its...
Samsung Makes Galaxy S III, And Other Android Devices, Enterprise-Ready

Why Facebook, Twitter And Instagram Put Up Roadblocks To Each Others' Content

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On March 4, TweetDeck -- a Twitter service for managing multiple social media accounts -- quietly launched the latest salvo in the social media wars. Tucked into an otherwise unrelated announcement was a sentence warning that the service planned to "discontinue support" for their Facebook integration. Millions of TweetDeck users...
Why Facebook, Twitter And Instagram Put Up Roadblocks To Each Others' Content

Kicksend now allows unlimited photo sharing, CVS and Target join Walgreens as printing partners

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Y Combinator backed Kicksend has updated both its iPhone and Android apps with new features designed to help share photos with your friends and family. Starting today, users can share an unlimited number of high-resolution photos with anyone they choose. In addition, the service has released its retail integration, called...
Kicksend now allows unlimited photo sharing, CVS and Target join Walgreens as printing partners
Bump users have shared 600M photos with each other, can now bump photos to their computer

Facebook to reportedly launch Snapchat-like app in the coming weeks

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Facebook is reportedly set to launch a SnapChat-like photo messaging app before end of the year, according to All Things D which reports that the service is currently in testing. SnapChat has grown strongly this year thanks to its unique feature that lets users share photos that are given expiry...
Facebook to reportedly launch Snapchat-like app in the coming weeks

Telefónica launches Tu Me for iOS, an all-in-one communications app with searchable timeline

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Telefónica Digital, the global business unit announced by Telefónica back in September to spearhead the telecom company’s digital growth, has launched a new mobile app called Tu Me. The app is currently iOS only (Android is on the way) and it enables communication and sharing between mobile phones, recording every...
Telefónica launches Tu Me for iOS, an all-in-one communications app with searchable timeline

Facebook now allows you to sign up to Messenger for Android using just your name and phone number

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With reports that Facebook was looking to acquire popular cross-platform messaging service Whatsapp just about settling down, the social network has opened up its Messenger service to allow users to sign-up using just their name and mobile phone number. Making signups friction-free, Facebook hopes that you will be able to...
Facebook now allows you to sign up to Messenger for Android using just your name and phone number

Facebook announces $1bn purchase of mobile photo network Instagram

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Mark Zuckerberg's announcement of purchase comes days after massively popular photo app launched Android versionThe social network giant Facebook has bought Instagram – a profitless, two-year-old photo sharing application – for $1bn. Instagram is a mobile sensation that counts Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey among its backers and has been downloaded...
Facebook announces $1bn purchase of mobile photo network Instagram

Instagram: How to go from zero to $1B in under two years?

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A giant payday for a tiny team that changed the way people share photos. [Read more]...
Instagram: How to go from zero to $1B in under two years?
Copyright Issues Could Spur Changes To Pinterest’s Terms Of Use And ‘Pin Etiquette’

Facebook for Android app updated with messaging emoji, easy event creation and a bit more

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If you were wondering what features would be on the way after Facebook ditched pre-Froyo Android support for its app your questions have been answered. This revision lets users easily create events from their mobiles, share photos quicker and annoy their friends across platforms thanks to the kind of...
Facebook for Android app updated with messaging emoji, easy event creation and a bit more
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