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Watch streaming video better with these tips for power users

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If you're reading this, you don't need to be told that streaming live video on your PC and mobile gadgets is blowing up in a big way; with streaming sites like Justin.tv, UStream, and game-specific streaming services Twitch.tv and Own3d.tv, you have more options for live news and entertainment...
Watch streaming video better with these tips for power users

Live From Chirp: Twitter’s Platform Roadmap

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Ryan Sarver, Twitter’s Director of Platform, has just taken the stage at Chirp, where he’s giving third party developers an outline of what they can expect in the future from Twitter’s all-important developer platform. 75% of all traffic to twitter comes from third party clients, 60% of tweets come from...
Live From Chirp: Twitter’s Platform Roadmap

Google adds CardDAV to Gmail and Google Calendar

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Google has announced that Gmail and Google Calendar are now capable of contact sync via CardDAV. CardDAV is an open format, and should make it easier to sync Google contacts to third-party clients, such as the native Contacts app in iOS. Previously people sometimes had to go through harder workarounds,...
Google adds CardDAV to Gmail and Google Calendar

Twitter needs a Preferred Developer Program

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Twitter has a problem. It wants to deliver a “consistent” experience for its users, and as we’ve seen over the past couple of weeks, third-party clients don’t appear to have much of a place in the company’s vision of the future. Sure, Twitter first announced its distaste for third-party clients...
Twitter needs a Preferred Developer Program

TNW's Daily Dose - Twitter's API SNAFU, new Apple TV rumors and more

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More rumors on the Apple TV set. Flat-fee pricing comes to Square. Twitter’s API changes mean bad juju for app developers. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web. Make sure to hit the subscription button of your choice below to get...
TNW's Daily Dose - Twitter's API SNAFU, new Apple TV rumors and more

Dailyplaces: Location-Based Microblogging

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We are no longer restricted by the ball and chain of desktop computers and ethernet cables. We create content from wherever we please, making location an ever increasing part of that content, and applications like Dailyplaces are helping to bring time and place to the forefront of content creation. Dailyplaces...
Dailyplaces: Location-Based Microblogging

LyricFind gets the global rights for song lyrics from all four major publishers

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Song lyrics are among the most searched for content on the Web, but as with audio files, the publication of lyrics online is protected by copyright. LyricFind is one company that manages the licensing of lyrics for use online, and it has announced that it has now signed up the...
LyricFind gets the global rights for song lyrics from all four major publishers

App.net's Baby Steps: 250,000 Posts, 17,500 Users

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App.net, the pay-based Twitter alternative that just opened a few weeks ago, has hit its first couple activity milestones. Founder Dalton Caldwell posted today that the service has surpassed 250,000 posts, and he estimates that about half of those are coming from third-party clients. Caldwell calls... Please visit Marketing Land...
App.net's Baby Steps: 250,000 Posts, 17,500 Users
Twitter brand surveys let advertisers poll users directly from their timeline

What Twitter could have been

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I remember when you could go to Twitter.com and see the global firehose on the front page. They had no traffic. The global feed was mostly employees and their friends talking to each other. When Twitter started to get traction, a year or two into their existence, I decided that...
What Twitter could have been

Twitter Has 105 Million Registered Users

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In kicking off Twitter’s Chirp developer conference, the company finally revealed its long mysterious registered user number, and it’s surprisingly large (based on some prior outside estimates): 105 million, or to be exact, 105,779,710, according to a slide showing behind co-founder Biz Stone during his opening remarks.The growth’s not...
Twitter Has 105 Million Registered Users

Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think

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Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think is a post from Chris PirilloIf you’re a Twitter user, the service is hoping you can spare 140 seconds of your time to help make the site even better. There are seven short questions which will ask your opinion on a variety...
Twitter Survey Wants to Know What You Think

Twitter Rolling Out New Web Site To Kill TweetDeck And Other Third-Party Clients

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Twitter Rolling Out New Web Site To Kill TweetDeck And Other Third-Party Clients

The truth about Twitter

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Bashing Twitter has become easy. It’s making fabulously unpopular moves by restricting what developers can do with its data and application programming interface. It’s pushing your favorite third-party clients out and replacing them with its own apps, which are unfortunately inferior in a lot of ways. And it’s communicating these...
The truth about Twitter
Fluid Interaction's 'Twheel' app could radically change how we use Twitter

Twitter Survey Wants To Know Your Favorite Client

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Twitter is asking you, its users, if you have 140 seconds to answer seven simple questions about its service. Now, in calmer times, a simple user survey might just pass by unnoticed, but with all the hubbub over the past week about Twitter buying Tweetie, Fred Wilson's over-analyzed blog post...
Twitter Survey Wants To Know Your Favorite Client

Twitter's API v1.1 rules put user caps on third party clients, exert more control overall

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Last spring an announcement from the platform team at Twitter not-at-all-subtly suggested developers of third party clients should find something else to do, and today a list of changes to its API turns that whisper into a firm nudge. The limit that most directly affects any of the unofficial...
Twitter's API v1.1 rules put user caps on third party clients, exert more control overall

Twitter token limit criticised as Falcon Pro hikes app price to deter buyers

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Developer blames piracy and refunds and hikes price over £87 as app hits 'token limit' of 100,000 users - but Twitter refuses to raise ceiling on app's total usersHow much would you pay for a Twitter client? Does £87.48 (or $132.13) sound like a reasonable amount - when almost all...
Twitter token limit criticised as Falcon Pro hikes app price to deter buyers

Update: In Time For SXSW, Twitter Officially Turns On Geolocation

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A few days ago, we spotted Twitter’s initial roll out of a geolocation feature on its Website. It appeared that Twitter was testing the feature because it quickly turned it off. Last night, the feature went back on, and Twitter co-founder and CEO Biz Stone officially announced it. While...
Update: In Time For SXSW, Twitter Officially Turns On Geolocation

Google Introduces An Easier Way To Sync Gmail Contacts To Your iPhone

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No need to let Facebook and Twitter have all the iOS-integration fun: today, Google announced a new, easier way for Gmail users to sync their Google Contacts to their iOS devices. The company is introducing support for an open protocol called CardDAV, which will allow third party clients, including, most notably, the native...
Google Introduces An Easier Way To Sync Gmail Contacts To Your iPhone

Tweet Marker Plus reborn as Watermark with App.net support in move away from Twitter

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Developer Manton Reece has announced that he is changing the name of the Tweet Marker Plus service to Watermark as part of a “gradual move away from Twitter”. In a growing sign of the times, Watermark also includes support for App.net, a pay-to-use social networking platform that has set itself...
Tweet Marker Plus reborn as Watermark with App.net support in move away from Twitter

Communication breakdown: Twitter's confusing developers and neglecting power users

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Twitter is facing a lot of flack from developers today over the forthcoming changes to its API that will essentially throttle the growth of third-party clients. Twitter’s announcement should have been little surprise to anyone given that the company has been making signals in this direction for over a year...
Communication breakdown: Twitter's confusing developers and neglecting power users

Twitter streaming API malfunction causing clients to stop displaying tweets and retweets

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An issue currently affecting the Twitter streaming API is causing third-party clients like Tweetbot, Osfoora and even official clients like Tweetdeck to stop displaying tweets and retweets. The issue appears to stem from Twitter’s user streams API, which these clients use to display streams of tweets. The problem began roughly...
Twitter streaming API malfunction causing clients to stop displaying tweets and retweets

Apps Rush: Slices, British Airways Perfect Days, Daily Mirror News, Paul Daniels Calculator and more

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What's new on the app stores on Thursday 2 August 2012A selection of 20 new and notable apps for you today:SlicesTwitter may be cracking down on third-party clients, but it would be a shame if that spells bad news for Slices - a slick new filter-focused app for Twitter. Developed by...
Apps Rush: Slices, British Airways Perfect Days, Daily Mirror News, Paul Daniels Calculator and more

Twitter Rolling Out New Web Site To Kill TweetDeck And Other Third-Party Clients

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Twitter Rolling Out New Web Site To Kill TweetDeck And Other Third-Party Clients
Tweetbot for Mac public alpha closes due to new Twitter API rules

Code Name Zuckerbird: Twitter's New Facebook App?

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After last week's news that Twitter had moved into the mobile application space with a native BlackBerry client and their acquisition of Tweetie, developers are wary as to whether the company will expand further into their turf, or work to expand their options through the platform. Twitter has stated they...
Code Name Zuckerbird: Twitter's New Facebook App?

Details: Twitter’s Impending Ad Platform

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The guessing game surrounding Twitter’s imminent launch of an ad platform just got a little bit more focused. The Wall Street Journal’s All Things Digital blog reports that Twitter’s ad plan is tied to Twitter search (and third-parties that use the API), uses Twitter’s 140 character limit, and includes...
Details: Twitter’s Impending Ad Platform

Feedly promises 'seamless' transition after Google Reader to its own backend

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If you (like many of us at Engadget) are in a state of shock facing the end of Google Reader this summer, there may be an easy replacement. RSS app/service Feedly posts on its blog that it has been anticipating the shutdown of Google's service for some time, and...
Feedly promises 'seamless' transition after Google Reader to its own backend

7-Weeks In, Dalton Caldwell's App.net Gets First Dedicated iOS App, Passes 17,500 Users

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Back in July, Dalton Caldwell (of imeem and picplz fame) announced an “audacious” goal: To create a better, developer-and-user-supported (and ad-free) alternative to Twitter. And so App.net was born. About a month later, the subscription-based, third party app-supporting Twitter clone reached its fund-raising goal of $500K — all of which...
7-Weeks In, Dalton Caldwell's App.net Gets First Dedicated iOS App, Passes 17,500 Users
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