Google releases a new photo app along with its newest laptop, the Chromebook Pixel.
TourWrist closes seed round for its mobile app thats lets users take, edit, and share 360″ panoramic photographs.
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.
Today we are finally getting to play with photo sharing app Photovine, created by the team at Google-acquired Slide.
Path, a startup with an unusual take on mobile photo sharing, just announced that it has raised $8.65 million in its first round of institutional funding.
The past few months have seen the launch of two hot San Francisco startups with mobile photo-sharing apps — Instagram and Picplz. Today, Picplz announced that it’s catching up with the competition on the social networking front, by adding support for photo-sharing site Flickr as well as blogging services Tumblr and Posterous.
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.
Marc Canter You may be confused by the launch plans of two very similar social networking services, PeopleAggregator and GoingOn, and it’s not your fault.
Shutterfly, the online photo site based in Silicon Valley (Redwood City) is pursuing a sale or possible initial public offering, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing sources — in a deal targeted at $400 million to $500 million.