Make a backup copy of your images shared on Twitpic before the company shuts down its service on September 25.
Photo-sharing service's founder claims microblogging site threatened to cut off access to API if the startup did not abandon its trademark.
The popular photo site denies being a security threat and says it's trying to resolve the situation with Google.
Look-alike microblogging service launches a day after Twitter rolls out its own photo-sharing service. Could revenge be a factor?
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, August 10.
Twitpic has been under fire for taking control of your pictures and selling them to newspapers. The controversy has turned the spotlight on other services -- and Twitter itself.
A Southwest Airlines flight makes an emergency landing after a hole appears in its ceiling. One passenger, the wife of a pilot, takes pictures and posts them to Twitter to show the real time scene.
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After photo was posted on several news sites, the service went down due to a flood of traffic from around the world.
Facebook gets a new remote log-out security feature; India demands that RIM, Google, and Skype add local servers so it can monitor communications; and a recent Twitpic may spoil Paris Hilton's alibi.