TweetDeck Heading to Mobile Web Browsers

TweetDeck Heading to Mobile Web Browsers

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Popular Twitter client TweetDeck announced today its plans to make TweetDeck into a browser-based mobile application that can run on a variety of devices. By focusing on building an application for the mobile browser — rather than native platforms — TweetDeck hopes it can get on more devices and...
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