BarkBox, which sends you monthly boxes of goodies for your pooch, is launching a new site called PuppyFeed. PuppyFeed is basically a photo-sharing forum where BarkBox subscribers post photos of their dogs with captions and hashtags, and bond with other users over their shared passion for puppies.
Photo-sharing apps tend to go one of two ways — they gain millions upon millions of users and soar past billion dollar valuations, or they die quiet deaths. Which will Shuttersong be?
After two years of blood, sweat, and infinite photo storage, the company can no longer sustain itself and is going under.
Twitter released an update this evening that puts linked photos right smack in your feed This is preferable to that arduous clicking required before to view a photo, and is great for advertisers who don’t have to rely on clicks for people to see their ads.
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.
Memoto is a “life logging” camera that captures photos every 30 seconds.
For only the second time, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has captured a view of perhaps the solar system’s second-most-beautiful planet from “behind” … from opposite the sun.
TourWrist closes seed round for its mobile app thats lets users take, edit, and share 360″ panoramic photographs.
Mobile photo and video sharing app Mobli has raised $20 million.
Mobli, a photo sharing application, said today Leonardo DiCaprio will be advising the company and also participated in a $4 million first round of funding, along with other private investors.
This article is part of a series of posts about DEMO alumni and news of their progress. Primadesk launched at Demo in Spring 2011. Check out more at DEMO.
According to a recent Foursquare post on Twitter, the company just had the next version of its iPhone application approved by Apple. (The post thanked “SantaJobs,” apparently a reference to Apple cofounder and CEO Steve Jobs.)
ShoZu, a London-based company connecting phones to social networking sites, is partnering with Touchnote, to let you mail any photos you’ve uploaded through their service as postcards to friends and family.