Google's new photo-sharing iOS app is now live. See how it works and differs from other photo-sharing services.
Google killed Photovine, its photo-sharing iOS app, but you've got some time to grab the photos you uploaded before Google turns the lights out.
Web giant beefs up its social-networking offerings, launching a new photo-sharing application for the iPhone.
You'd think launching a new social network would be enough for one month, but Google isn't stopping at Google+. The search giant has launched new sites What Do You Love? and Photovine.
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.
Max Levchin walks away from the Web giant only a year after Google bought his company, Slide. Now Google plans to shutter Slide applications, including the just-launched Photovine picture-sharing service.
Searching Webmail accounts for old photos can turn into a chore. Lost Photos makes it a breeze and enables easy sharing on social networks.
With the unveiling of Instagram's new video tool, it's natural to want to compare it to Twitter's Vine tool. But the early consensus is that they're really very different.
The Web giant continues to pare its operations, everything from social search to Web security, as it dumps divisions that don't offer the biggest opportunities.
The Web giant announces plans to shutter Google Buzz, a previous social-networking attempt that went wanting for users, in the next few weeks.