Facebook continues building out its much-maligned Home launcher for Google's Android, adding support for the social networking giant's own Instagram photo-sharing app as well as rival media sharing platforms Pinterest, Tumblr and Flickr.
Apple is working on a fix to security hole in iOS 7, which enables a hacker to bypass the lockscreen on iOS devices, reports AllThingsD.
Yahoo is adding filter enhancements to its photo sharing application for Apple's iOS, positioning the service as a rival to Facebook's popular Instagram.
Yahoo has acquired GhostBird Software, the startup behind iOS photo applications KitCam and PhotoForge. Financial details were not disclosed.
Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 overhaul will integrate third-party social networking services including Flickr and Vimeo, mirroring efforts to bake Facebook and Twitter into previous versions of the mobile operating system, 9to5Mac reports.
Yahoo has gone on the social network warpath, acquiring blogging site Tumblr in a $1.1 billion deal that lets it tap into a large pool of young online users.
Yahoo unveiled an overhauled version of its Flickr photo-sharing application for Google's Android mobile operating system, offering all users a free terabyte of storage.
With Facebook and Google, two mobile powerhouses, investing in photo editing technology, and last week's announcement of the iPhone with its new 8-megapixel camera, the market for mobile photo apps doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
More than two years after rolling out an application optimized for Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone, Yahoo-owned image sharing platform Flickr is finally extending its mobile efforts to Google's (
User-generated image and video hosting services provider Flickr released a content sharing application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, enabling users to upload, view and geo-tag their photos and