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Articles tagged "instagram"
He's the self-proclaimed "King of the Selfie Movement."
But only if you go on a binge.
As it nears its third birthday, Instagram is showing no signs of slowing down.
It shouldn't be surprising that likes are worth more—assuming you can get past the idea that people would pay for Instagram likes in the first place.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos just bought one of the great American newspapers for $250 million. That's one quarter the cost of Tumblr or Instagram. Yes, that's kind of nuts.
I mean, we've all heard the "whoops, forgot my gun" excuse, but come on.
A Wild West standoff, in 15 seconds.
Stay safe, Boston. We're all in awe.
Now, it's not weird at all for a politician to make an announcement via social media. But Instagram?
The issue with Instagram's ToS change isn't so much of one of privacy, but of ownership.
The incident once again reveals the repulsive superhighways social media allows predators to create.
Instagram's new Terms of Service agreement is a middle finger to users, so give the middle finger back.
Things have been complicated between Twitter and Facebook for quite some time now.
Drones over Instagram.
Oh my, have you seen MySpace's fresh promo video? I think the veteran social network is finally sick of 187th place on the Internet. Now, the site is offering something I don't think many other networks have planned or thought of. Myspace is placing
Google just bought Nik Software, the guys who created photo editing and filter app Snapseed, for probably much less money than Facebook paid in its dramatic takeover of Instagram not even half a year ago. It’s an obvious move for Larry Page and
We all know that youngsters these days are using their iPhones for things a lot more scintillating than Angry Birds, but still, the numbers are kind of shocking. Recently, a new study was released detailing high school students’ sexting habits. The…
With all due respect to those noble Frenchmen who inadvertently huffed so much silver nitrate while inventing photography, recounting the self-obsessed origins of the camera and photograph may only be possible by looking at how these technologies int…
Wandering the back halls of the internet -- all flickering lights, discarded furniture, and cigarette butts -- you might find yourself a bit lost. Around that corner another dead end, down that hall just more piles of junk, and, just as worry turns t…
It’s a sign of the times when an 18 month company consisting of about a dozen guys and no real revenues is suddenly sold for $1 billion dollars. Need we any clearer reminder of how batshit crazy things currently are?