Also on our show, Qualcomm is batting up at Apple while hoping to get back together with it and the executive crises at Facebook.
WhatsApp had been under pressure by Facebook to make more money and those directives led its co-founders to quit. Now, the same has happened with Instagram.
A lot of people are already doing it, but it's kind of difficult to do it right now. What if it were just easier? Instagram fears the worst.
We may see a new shopping application from Instagram called IG Shopping that would let you buy products from the people you follow
According to a company spokesperson, the storage space-saving Instagram Lite Android app is still undergoing (public) testing in just one global market.
Instagram is basically letting users do hour-long videos while Apple seems to be taking its time fixing problems on futurist products. All on our show!
Watching vertically-oriented video content for up to an hour at a time may not sound especially appealing at first, but Instagram is sticking with it.
There was a testing period of a new notification for those who have just had their Instagram story screenshotted. The test has ended.
The upgrade allows users to upload multiple videos and pictures to their Stories at once. Meanwhile, those same users can now take out a copy of their data from the platform.
Just in case you needed one more cruel reminder Windows 10 Mobile is not coming back from the dead, Instagram has removed its support for the once-promising platform.
The subsidiary of Facebook is to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation by May 25 and this data portability is one of its requirements.
Developers are noting the crackdown Instagram is taking to its API usage while parent company Facebook is walking towards the spotlight in DC.
App developers will need to drop off the watchOS 1 SDK and move onto at least watchOS 2. Instagram, for some reason, will not do that, thus the end of the applet.
On this week's show: Google is the favorite in the market to buy out light field camera maker Lytro while Huawei is said to be taking a slugging in the US.
After realizing that customers were the king of the experience, Instagram has finally responded to demands that pictures should be fresher.
In one way, this should help 'Grammers reach their fans and friends with posts that might otherwise get lost in the feed that Instagram has so lovingly curated.
BlackBerry Limited is on a suing spree, and the Canadian company's latest target is also its most high-profile yet. Facebook doesn't seem willing to settle either.
The company said so in an interview published in November. Why is it the case that Facebook can use this machine-learning co-processor, but not Google Camera?
They're giving away pre-owned iPhones along with a year of service to three lucky people who want to talk up the carrier.
BlackBerry Mobile is engaging consumers with an Instagram-based contest — no picture-taking required, just some sharing with your friends.
Instagram is always piping out new features to its users, but Android users must be willing to subject themselves to an alpha.
The hashtag following capability is now available for all users while a few lucky (or unlucky, depending on how you view it) testers have something new.
Imagine a Snapchat stripped of curated content, just stuff from friends. Now imagine Instagram stuffing payment systems and bots and stickers...