The saga of Twitpic vs Twitter, probably the most ridiculously petty argument in the entire social media industry, is finally coming to a semi-satisfactory end: Twitpic is definitely shutting down, but its archives will live on in read-only mode, owned by Twitter.
Twitpic just announced that it is staying in business, thanks to a mystery buyer.
Twitpic, the photo-sharing service, is shutting down rather than fighting against Twitter's recent demands.
Twitter released an update to their iOS app in preparation for tomorrow's iOS 5 launch. Twitter integration with the latest iOS is one of the key features being touted by Apple.
Twitter users will soon be able to see the pics they've tweeted and forgotten about in one place. Twitter's new "user galleries" will aggregate said pics you've tweeted—via Instagram or otherwise—and put them front and center.
Did you know Twitter lets you upload pictures now? Yeah. So in return TwitPic lets you, um, Twitter. That's right TwitPic cloned Twitter. I can't even tell if it's a joke. For real, is this a joke?
Twitter could soon flag tweets containing links to inappropriate content with a NSFW designation.
Tweeting "Getting arrested...in the back of a cop car now," Twitpic founder Noah Everett followed it up with the pictured Twitpic, offering it as "proof" of his situation. Thankfully he didn't Twitpic the reason why he got arrested: "...I guess you can't walk down your own street half naked...who knew - I got a free…
There are a number of things you could do in the midst of an aerial emergency. Calling loved ones, for instance. I think tweeting pictures might be up for consideration.
The astronauts on the ISS sent their first tweet from space just a short time ago. Now they've upped their game, using Twitpic to send us breathtaking shots of significant locations all around the world.
You know that the world has changed when a classic fashion magazine like Vogue Italia includes a spread that follows the layout of Twitpic. Well, actually, that's a lie, but I needed some excuse to publish this, ok?