Explaining What It’s Going to Do With All That Dough, Pinterest Unveils Stats on Strong Mobile and International Usage

Pinterest confirmed an earlier report by AllThingsD that it had raised $225 million more from investors at a valuation of $3.8 billion. This Series E round will bring the total funding to $564 million for the San Francisco social scrapbooking startup since it launched in 2010. Yes, you may say it out loud: Yipes! In … Continue reading

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov bemoans the burden of Instagram

Dictatorial leader, who has become internet star since opening account on photo-sharing site, says uploading is a burden Ramzan Kadyrov, has a difficult life. Not only is he the ruler of an impoverished country only now rebuilding itself after years of bitter civil war but he is also regularly forced to fend off accusations of … Continue reading

Flickr Offers Free Trial After Instagram’s Privacy Woes

As part of a holiday promotion, photo sharing site Flickr is currently offering all current and new members three months of Flickr Pro access, at no charge. Flickr, which recently debuted a brand new iPhone app, can be used for free, but free accounts can only view the last 200 images uploaded, while those with … Continue reading

Instagram Pictures In Twitter Are Now Totally Gone and Gone For Good

Instagram pictures have been wonky inside of Twitter ever since Instagram disabled Twitter cards in hopes of driving users to its own web interface. Now Instagram pictures aren’t showing at all in Twitter’s native web client, and that change is permanent. From now on, links to Instagram pictures on Twitter will work as links and … Continue reading

Insert Coin: Instacube is a hip, Android-based digital photo frame for your Instagram feeds

Ever wanted you would another option except for by using Instagram’s mobile phone wordpress along with permalinks for the purpose of enjoying Your personal retrofied pix? The people in D2M certainly have done, giving you the thing it wishes to speak to Instacube. Your sq . device is actually a real 10.5-inch (2.5 size heavy), … Continue reading