Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Thursday, 10/24.
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.
Joota is a content driven social network.
Apple iPhone owners are significantly more likely to share digital content across social networks than consumers across other connected devices, according to a new study released by social media services firm ShareThis.
According to new findings provided exclusively to FierceMobileContent by Mobidia, Facebook and Facebook's Instagram service were the most-viewed mobile social apps last month.
Barnes & Noble is bolstering its Nook tablets and e-readers by preloading popular social networking applications Pinterest and Twitter as well as a revamped version of Facebook.
Central Desktop announced Moodboards, a Pinterest-like service for creative pros to collect visuals related to a campaign.
Although Facebook remains the most popular social networking application across Apple's iOS platform, its dominance is waning as download volumes drop off and rivals like Pinterest and Twitter gain steam.
Pinterest introduced version 2.0 of its free social sharing application for iOS, including its first native app experience for the iPad tablet. The launch coincides with the release of Pinterest's first-ever application optimized for Android.
Last week's storm-driven outage of Amazon Web Services and other recent high-profile foibles have, not surprisingly, re-sparked the "Is the cloud really worth it?" debate among enterprise IT professionals.