Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom speaks out about new terms of service.
Instagram tweeted today saying it has “more to share very soon.” Its community has been outraged after the photo-sharing app changed its terms of service yesterday.
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Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom played a dicey game of semantics in order to expedite the close of the deal between his company and Facebook.
Marking the next big step for Instagram, the photo-sharing service will begin sharing data with Facebook in January.
You may not be able to get Instagram photos inside Twitter, but at least now you can have them on your iPad. And your TV. With music. And … in a slideshow.
It’s not exactly a tit-for-tat swap, but around the same time Instagram photos were stricken from the Twitter experience Pinterest pins started appearing inside tweets.
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Embroiled in a photo turf war with Twitter, Instagram’s deadly weapon of choice is a revamped iOS application that allows users to snap better, more stylized shots.
In a move that’s just short of waving a big blue flag with an “F” on it, social photo sharing service Instagram made a decision to de-emphasize its relationship with Twitter recently.
Popular video-chat application Tango has spiced up its iOS and Android apps with fun (and gimmicky) new features including video filters, avatars, read receipts, and more.
Editor’s Pick Most new social-local apps are a bore, frankly. But most don’t have a CEO who did a couple of tours of duty in Desert Storm, was a chief mechanic for a NASCAR team, and then, after selling a startup, went back to study at MIT.
It might seem crazy, but Hamburg-based Tadaa is building a photo-sharing app that competes with Instagram.
Twitter plans to alter its mobile applications with photo filters, but that won’t help the information network fight off the surging Instagram.
54 percent of the world’s biggest 100 brands are now connecting with fans and customers on Instagram, and brand adoption on Instagram is growing faster than Google+ and Pinterest.
Chirpify has masterminded an ingenious system to do what Facebook can’t: help people and brands sell to their fans on Instagram, and pocket a piece of the action in the process.
Stop fretting and start mentioning. Your Instagram people tags are now automatically translated into Twitter mentions when need be.
Scratch Instagram from the list of brand name applications making their way over to RIM’s BlackBerry 10 platform.
Google bought “photography first” mobile app developer Nik Software today, meaning Google now owns Instagram competitor Snapseed. But while Snapseed will give Google those sepia filters, it also provides an arsenal of photography apps the company can use for its social network, Google+.
Startup Keepsy has expanded beyond its business of printing digital photos with the release of an iPhone application that assists people in all steps of the mobile photography process.
The “billion-dollar” transaction that has since become a $741 million deal — due to Facebook’s stock price collapse — is now final.
After clearing away the legal red tape, Facebook may be just days away from closing its monster cash and stock acquisition of photo-sharing service Instagram.
ComScore released its July 2012 Top 50 web properties in the U.S. report yesterday, and it has a few surprises.
Before Instagram came along, skies were not aquamarine, and trees were not speckled with neon orange. Normalize restores your photos to their former glory.
Instagram said it squashed a bug that exposed users’ private photos. Too little, too late?
The third major installment of hotter-than-hot camera app Instagram comes with “Photo Maps,” or geo-tagged photo journals.
Parse, a startup beloved by businesses, brands, and developers for making it blissfully easy to create a quality mobile app, just released a new open-source clone of Instagram.
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Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, and if you’re looking for a cute and Earth-saving way to show your special someone how much you care, we’ve got you covered*. Kaitlyn Trigger, girlfriend of Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger, created Lovestagram, a simple Valentine creator that uses your Instagram photos.