Social Media

Here comes the Color relaunch

The former social network wannabe scales back and attacks the status update with a video-focused sharing tool.
Home Theater

Sceptre’s new 24 series LED TVs are colorful, thin, ripe for the holidays

Sceptre's colorful new line of 1080p LED TVs come just in time for the holiday shopping rush.

Color picking up the pieces and using its technology to launch exclusive Facebook app Blue

The team behind the impressive yet unsuccessful app Color tries again with Blue, which is rumored to be announced at today's f8 event.

Report: Europe VC scene catching up to US

A new report argues that European venture capitalism in closing in and possibly overtaking the US.
Social Media

Google’s Photovine website goes live, remains a mystery

The website for Google's Photovine service has officially launched. But we still know next to nothing about what it is.
Android Army

Finding a photo-sharing platform for you

Your photo-sharing app options are nearly endless. Here's our brief guide to help you find the one that fits your phone's needs.

Where did Color go wrong?

Was it too much too soon or just a flawed concept? Maybe it was just ahead of its time. Whatever the cause, photo-sharing app Color loses a co-founder and continues to flounder.

Facebook’s secret iPhone photo-sharing app leaked

A trove of leaked data shows that Facebook has a photo-sharing iPhone app in the works. And it reportedly looks "awesome."

First look at Pixable Photofeed: One photo app to aggregate them all

Photofeed doesn't have all the bells, whistles, and trendy filters other photo apps do, but it has one thing most of them don't: Convenience.

Apple developing Color, Instagram competitor?

Apple may be working on a way to challenge the success of photo sharing apps by offering up its own cloud-based way to share your iOS albums.
Social Media

Is social media overvalued?

Analysts are warning investors that while the social media scene may appear to be chock full of innovation, company valuations aren't everything they seem to be.
Android Army

Color ‘hack’ allows users to spy on anyone from anywhere

Critics of the much-talked-about new photo-sharing app Color can add another bickering point to the pot: A simple GPS "spoof" allows for spying on any Color user's photos.