AOL's new photo sharing and storage site, BlueString, borrows a lot of its technology from XDrive. That's a good thing.
BlueString gets Facebook widget; XDrive gets AIR application.
AOL Pictures moved off to PhotoWorks. The rest go to users' hard drives.
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Slide show maker Oosah gets a new feature that puts the original function of the site to share: Cross-site file transfer
The Internet company shutters a few businesses associated with its dial-up service as it assesses its "strategic options."
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It's no replacement for traditional software.
Photobucket let a few commercial partners build services using the photo-sharing site's interface. Now, as with competitor Flickr, all comers will get access.
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