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Twitpic is shutting down after six years... and it's all Twitter's fault

Twitpic is shutting down after six years... and it's all Twitter's fault

By 4 September 2014

Photo-sharing service Twitpic has announced it must shut down due to trademark issues with Twitter. In a blog post published on 4 September, Noah Everett, founder of Twitpic, revealed his company will cease operations on 25 September. He said Twitter... >>

Tottenham looter caught on Twitpic

Tottenham looter caught on Twitpic

By 8 August 2011

A Twitter user has posted a picture of an alleged thief sat in front a pile of electronics, games and other swag looted during the weekend's riots in London. The tweet reads: "He doesn't look too upset about Duggan. He is a thief, and I'm sure @Twitter can... >>

Twitter to become picture perfect

Twitter to become picture perfect

By 1 June 2011

Twitter has confirmed that it will be launching its own picture service to take on companies like Twitpic and yfrog. In a move that is likely to scare third-party Twitter developers even more - remember Twitter bought TweetDeck last week - the company... >>

Heello: The site that wants to make communication easier

Heello: The site that wants to make communication easier

By 11 August 2010

The founder of Twitpic has announced that he is launching a new website called Heello, that promises to "make communication easier", whilst failing to actually communicate what it will exactly offer itself. Noah Everett, who, according to reports, has... >>

Astronaut sends Twitpics from space

Astronaut sends Twitpics from space

By 5 February 2010

Now that the International Space Station has been hooked up to the Web, the astronauts onboard have been going Twitter-crazy. One of them - expedition flight engineer Soichi Noguchi - has been sending all manner of Twitpics back to solid ground. While... >>

Pingwire (and Stephen Fry) take down TwitPic

Pingwire (and Stephen Fry) take down TwitPic

By 14 July 2009

The power of vast quantities of traffic can wreck even the hardiest websites, as seen this morning as links to a website called Pingwire began to circulate on Twitter. The site scans Twitter for image links and then displays them in a grid, so you can... >>


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