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Twitter is vital for earthquake victims, according to doctors

05/16/2011, The recent earthquake and nuclear disaster that followed in Japan had been quite a blow to the country (and the world, of course), with plenty of logistics and emergency evacuations being performed. How else are people supposed to keep in touch in real...

Twitter updates mobile website

05/11/2011, In an attempt to bring a unified Twitter experience across its official mobile client and mobile website, Twitter has updated the mobile website for touchscreen devices. It now looks like the default Twitter app, featuring a tool bar on the top for...

Twitter-enabled Geiger counter a DIY project

05/11/2011, Human ingenuity at its best rears its head again – this time around, we are talking about a Twitter-powered Geiger counter that also sees a Netduino Plus kit running in tandem together. Technical program manager at Microsoft Fabien Royer managed to...

Twitter for BlackBerry version 2 beta now available

05/06/2011, Never mind about word in the industry concerning Twitter purchasing Tweetdeck, those of you who are rocking to a BlackBerry as your primary mode of communication might want to check out Twitter for BlackBerry version 2 Beta which is currently now...

Sohaib Athar hacked

05/04/2011, The name Sohaib Athar might not ring a bell for some, but for those who are in the know, he is the person who live tweeted the raid on Osama bin Laden by accident, and it has been confirmed that his account has been hacked. Known as @ReallyVirtual on...

Twitter to purchase TweetDeck for $50 million

05/03/2011, TweetDeck is one of the more popular third-party software applications out there which helps you propagate your tweets, and Twitter, the social microblogging service site, intends to bring TweetDeck under their fold for a cool $50 million, at least...

TweetDeck receives a major overhaul

04/26/2011, TweetDeck has just released the new version of their famous Twitter client – TweetDeck 2.0. The latest version of TweetDeck for iOS has been reset and rebuilt from the ground up to be “fast, flexible and full-on powerful.” If you felt that...

Official Twitter client for BlackBerry updated

04/15/2011, The BlackBerry Official Twitter Client 1.1 has finally made its way out of the beta testing stage into a full release. The app that has been undergoing testing for the past six weeks is now mature and stable enough to go out in the real world. The latest...

Reebok Promise Keeper app uses peer pressure to help you stay fit

04/14/2011, Reebok has just launched a new app that attempts to help you stay fit through the power of social networks – and peer pressure. Called The Promise Keeper, you use the app to schedule when you plan to have your next run. The app will then inform all your...

Google mole in Twitter?

04/06/2011, Who would have thought that geeks would get involved in high level espionage missions? Apparently, that seems to be the case with Google reportedly paying up to $150 million in stock grants to retain key product employees Sundar Pichai and Neal Mohan,...

Twitter – in with the old, out with the new

04/06/2011, No, Twitter isn’t going to start using falcons to deliver your tweets to your friends, but rather, they have switched back to an older version of their micro blogging site for some users as the new site proved to be inaccessible to others. According...

Creepy app is really creepy

03/31/2011, If you’re constantly posting up pictures and sharing them with the world, you should be prepared to face the consequences. An app for the desktop computer called Creepy is a “geolocation information aggregator”. It has the ability to...