The app’s in beta with no video uploads or friend tagging yet.
Nearly one in five adult cellphone owners uses the app.
A bunch of other cool apps will be available, too.
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In total, police seized 254 guns including two semi-automatic Soviet-era rifles and a fully automatic MAC-11.
What do your posts say about you? It’s geeks and jocks all over again.
It’s official: Facebook’s photo-sharing network is now a photo-and-video-sharing network.
There’s a Facebook event this Thursday – our own Harry McCracken will be there covering it – but TechCrunch thinks it might already know what’s going to be announced.
Feeling vain? The latest update to photo sharing app Instagram, version 3.5, brings with it a new feature called “Photos of You,” a repository for all pictures taken with your shining, happy face in them.
A picture’s worth much more than a thousand words to Facebook.
Instagram users can now view their photo feeds through any web browser. This web-based Instagram Feed is a simple one, mimicking the look and feel of Instagram’s mobile apps.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom took to his company’s blog to announce that Instagram users are now able to view their photos and the photos of the people they follow directly from the web.