Facebook has announced shared photo albums on, a new feature that allows multiple users to upload images to the same album. The album creator can share access to as many as 50 “contributors,” who can each in turn share up to 200 photos!
Following comScore’s stats last week that stated Yahoo drew in more US-based unique visitors than Google, a researcher has set forth to dispute these claims. In July, Google had 9.4 billion visits compared to Yahoo’s worldwide visits of 2.4 billion!
Apple fans, brace yourselves – An email from Nuance (which closely works with Apple) states that iOS7 will be released to the public on the 10th of September. This is the first time that non-developers will have a peek at the this operating system.
TxtMeApp, delivers ads in the form of an offer wall, which is supposed to point users at apps that are tailored to their interests. If something attracts them, they just enter their phone number, then they’ll receive a text with a link to the app.
One of Facebook’s brightest product managers, Peter X. Deng, is joining Instagram as its first director of product. However, when you bring in someone used to doing things Facebook’s way, there’s a real chance you’ll end up with something that looks like Facebook. Do you think Instagram may lose its uniqueness?