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Twitpic Is Now Shutting Down After All

First Twitpic was shutting down. Then it wasn’t. And now it is again.

After getting people’s hopes up that the photo repository might stick around a bit longer, Twitpic announced that it will indeed shut down on October 25.

See also: Twitpic, Already Sidelined By Twitter, Shuts Down After Trademark Spat

Former users can export their pictures and data through their account settings before the October 25 deadline, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

We worked through a handful of potential acquirers and exhausted all potential options. We were almost certain we had found a new home for Twitpic (hence our previous tweet), but agreeable terms could not be met.

Twitpic mosaic by evan courtney

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StackMob Is Shutting Down To Devote Itself To PayPal

 

StackMob is shutting down to focus its resources on PayPal, the company announced Wednesday. The payments company acquired StackMob in December.

StackMob, the “backend-as-a-service” company, made it easy for developers to integrate applications with cloud services and let them focus their efforts on building mobile and web applications instead of worrying about server management and related tasks.

Developers can get their data out of StackMob by using the data explorer, the company said. The data must be retrieved before the service shuts down on May 11. 

“By closing the doors to StackMob, we will be able to focus 100% of our energy on extending innovation in mobile technologies that will let users access the rich capabilities of the PayPal global network,” StackMob CEO Ty Amell said in a statement. 

StackMob was one of the defining companies in the BaaS mobile industry, along with Facebook-owned Parse and Kinvey. Kinvey remains the only independent company. 

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StackMob Is Shutting Down

 

StackMob is shutting down to focus its resources on PayPal, the company announced Wednesday. The payments company acquired StackMob in December. 

StackMob, the “backend-as-a-service” company, made it easy for developers to integrate applications with cloud services and let them focus their efforts on building mobile and web applications instead of worrying about server management and related tasks.

Developers can get their data out of StackMob by using the data explorer, the company said. The data must be retrieved before the service shuts down on May 11. 

“By closing the doors to StackMob, we will be able to focus 100% of our energy on extending innovation in mobile technologies that will let users access the rich capabilities of the PayPal global network,” StackMob CEO Ty Amell said in a statement. 

StackMob was one of the defining companies in the BaaS mobile industry, along with Facebook-owned Parse and Kinvey. Kinvey remains the only independent company. 

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