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Yahoo reportedly wants to buy popular photo-sharing site Imgur

According to Business Insider, the tech giant has been in talks to acquire the startup, a Reddit favorite.

By December 9, 2013


Square acquires photo-sharing startup Viewfinder

The additional manpower will contribute to Square's goal of tripling the size of its engineering team in New York within the next year.

By December 3, 2013


Photo-sharing site Flickr experiences outage

Outage at Yahoo-owned site preventing users from uploading and browsing images.

By October 8, 2013


Photo-sharing site Imgur launches 'official' Android app

Software allows for users to surf through viral images and share photos of their own. Several bugs from the beta versions have been fixed.

By June 24, 2013


Photo-sharing site Color Labs announces shut down

Startup was reportedly the target of an acqui-hire by Apple, which was supposedly more interested in the company's employees rather than its technology.

By November 19, 2012


Yahoo Mail rolls out (another) photo-sharing tool

Will this be the feature that sticks it Yahoo's competitors? Probably not. But it does pull photos from your e-mail to display them in a gallery that can be filtered by sender, year, size, and file type.

By June 21, 2012


Google unveils new photo-sharing social network

Although the search giant isn't talking about the service, Photovine looks as though it will ultimately enable users to upload photos to followers from their mobile phones.

By July 13, 2011


Facebook prepping photo-sharing iPhone app?

That's the claim from social blog TechCrunch. The blog says it will provide more details on the service in the coming days.

By June 15, 2011


iPhone to integrate Twitter's new photo-sharing service in iOS 5 update

Twitter will roll out a photo-sharing service over the next few weeks, with rumours that it will be tightly integrated into the next version of Apple's iOS.

By June 2, 2011


Twitter launches own photo-sharing service

CEO Dick Costolo tells D9 crowd the goal is to "remove the friction" from adding photos. This and other new Twitter services will replace third-party apps for many users.

By June 1, 2011