Sharing photos have become an integral part of the vacation experience, but sometimes, too much is too much.
Mobile photography app Thirty Six limits you to 36 shots, but opens forgotten skills.
The MindRDR Google Glass app lets users take photos simply by thinking about it, and even posts them on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
In addition to privacy considerations, there are concerns about the ubiquitousness of individuals recording the minutiae of everyday life to share on social media platforms.
Remote access to any file, from any device, without planning ahead.
Instagram forewent the traditional press release for good old-fashioned public relations—via the postal service.
As Nokia today debuted its Lumia 1020, the flagship phone for the Windows 8 mobile operating system, several social networks simultaneously announced that they would launch Windows apps.
Instagram, an early mobile-only social platform, furthered its Web presence today by making it possible for users to embed Instagram photos or videos on other websites.
Yahoo has acquired the video-production app Qwiki, the company said today.
Some page administrators who share a link can now opt to upload their own photo instead of simply accepting the thumbnail options that Facebook provides.