Nokia's Mosh Comes to An End
Nokia has said that it plans to close its online sharing site Mosh. Mosh, which was short for Mobile Sharing, was meant to be accessed from mobile phones and served as a community site where content creators could post their content for others to download for free. To-date, the site has seen over 137 million downloads in its lifespan, which has been less than two years. Nokia didn't provide an exact date for the site's closure, but it is expected in the near future.
Instagram to Soon Include Translations
Instagram said that it plans to add a translation button to its service over the coming month so users can read the profile bios, feed stories, and comments written in other languages. Tapping the button will automatically translate the content to the user's native language.
YouTube Live Streaming from Mobile Devices Coming Soon
YouTube today said users will soon be able to stream video live from their mobile phones. The video site already supports live streaming from PCs, and YouTube first promised to bring live streaming to phones last summer.
YouTube Gaming Hits the Start Button
Google today fully launched its stand-alone YouTube Gaming site. The site features dedicated search algorithms so results focus on games.
Instagram's Mobile Web Site Now Lets You Upload Photos
Instagram has expanded the functionality of its mobile web site to include basic photo uploads. Previously, the web version of Instagram was limited to a more passive series of features such as browsing, searching, and liking.
Nokia needs new management!
the only reason I could see them closing this site is if they plan to open their own App. store. They will close this down and "save the day" with a new S40/S60 app store.