Color photo sharing
Color me stupid: A privacy nightmare in the making | Cringely It's not like the world needs another social network , yet we keep churning them out.
Photo-sharing network says goodbye to privacy How does a social network with no privacy settings at all sound? Because that's the setup with Color, a new application from Bill Nguyen, the entrepreneur who sold Lala to Apple in 2009 for around $80 million. Color is essentially a photo-sharing application, but one which decides for itself who sees your pictures, based on your location and how often you've shared photos in the past.
Color photo-sharing app takes social networking to an amazing, terrifying new place Brand new public photo-sharing app Color has the potential to be the coolest — or the most frightening — social media platform yet. Launched Wednesday night for iPhone and Android , Color is the brainchild of Bill Nguyen, who sold his music-streaming company Lala to Apple in 2009 for $80 million.
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Color introduces location-based photo-sharing app | Social Networking | iOS Central A new photo-sharing app is attempting to redefine the “social networking” experience, moving away from far-flung communities that you choose to other smartphone users whom who may or may not know—but who are probably standing just a few feet away.