Picturelife is the latest project by Charles Forman, who sold his last startup, OMGPOP, to Zynga for $180 million last year. It is a service that protects your pictures by backing up and organizing all your photos and videos in the cloud.
Printzel is a just-launched iPad app that lets you create really good-looking books -- hardcover or soft -- from your photos.
Is this a glimpse of EA's future?
After only one year, Instagram's Android app has grown to account for almost half of the photo sharing app's 100 million users, the company announced today.
The photo-sharing service has gained 10 million users in the past month alone. Here's what Instagram founder Kevin Systrom has to say about it.
Geo-mobile social app Highlight rolls out its latest update to date, with photosharing and event features.
You can stop emailing yourself PowerPoints, Dilbert. Bump has an amazing new way to get files from here to there.
SnapChat secures a hefty investment from Benchmark Capital to support the viral growth of its now-you-see-it-now-you-don't photo sharing app.
Social curation and photo-sharing site Lockerz has closed its San Diego office and laid off about 30 percent of staff at its Seattle headquarters.
Instagram may have lost about 25 percent of its daily active users since people started revolting over a questionable terms of service change.
SnapChat, a popular social photo sharing service for iOS and Android, could be raising a fresh round of funding from the same group of investors that helped Instagram get started, reports Gigaom.
Well that didn't take too long: After Instagram officially cut off its photo integration with Twitter today, one developer has already created a Chrome extension that reverses Instagram's change on your desktop.
And the mobile photo wars continue.
For that aunt or grandpa who's still scared of Facebook, here's the perfect gift: a batch of photos they can pick up at the Walgreens down the street.
Betaworks' latest is an effortless group photo-sharing app powered by hashtags.
It might seem crazy, but Hamburg-based Tadaa is building a photo-sharing app that competes with Instagram.
Popular photo-sharing service Instagram has finally started to roll out web profiles, making it much easier to see your friends' filter-fied photos on the web.
Instagram drops the letterboxing, finally receives an update to support the iPhone 5's taller 4-inch screen.
Facebook members already upload more than 300 million photos to the social network each day, but now the company is testing a way to get its mobile users to upload even more photos, faster.
Shutterfly, the website to store and print digital photos, is stepping up its mobile offering in a bid to stay relevant. Today, the company acquired Penguin Digital, the New York-based creator of the popular "MoPho" app.