BlackBerry apps for the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix

The BlackBerry-sponsored Mercedes AMG Petronas team will be hitting the pavement in Monte Carlo for the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday. I’ve been a big fan of F1 all my life  and it’s great that  BlackBerry is sponsoring...
by Dave Thornton
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Falcon Pro to add multi-account support

I just love Falcon Pro it has always been my Twitter client of choice as it has all the options I will ever use and a killer interface. The most annoying part for me is the fact that it doesnt support users who have multiple ac...
by Ryan Oneill
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Twitter launches a new alpha testing group for it’s Android app

Twitter is looking to improve it’s app testing program with the launch of a new alpha testing group today. Earlier in the year the company launched a beta test group and has been using the group to test and experiment wit...
by Ryan Oneill
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Twitter update to introduce direct group messaging and mobile video camera upload

Twitter today announced two new features coming to its service. Direct Group Messaging and Mobile Video Camera upload support. The update will be rolling out for official apps on both iOS and Android. So Twitter is now joining ...
by Dave Thornton
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Vine users fall after Instagram video launch

Instagram’s new video-sharing tool has had a big effect on Twitter’s Vine service, analysis shows. The number of links to Vine videos on social networks fell by nearly half a million the day after video was added to...
by Dave Thornton
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Twitter Launch Alerts Service in UK and Ireland to Aid Emergency Services

Twitter has launched its Twitter Alerts service in the UK and Ireland after a successful period in the US, bringing the emergency and crisis service to British and Irish users. It allows participating emergency services in both...
by Dave Thornton
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Twitter Confirms TweetDeck AIR and mobile app on May 7th

Twitter has been saying for weeks that TweetDeck’s AIR and mobile apps would be shutting down sometime in May, but we didn’t have an exact date when loyal supporters would finally have to move on. Twitter have now r...
by Dave Thornton
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Twitter CEO set to elimate trolls and abuse from the platform

It looks like Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is set to go head to head with trolls on the platform. In an internal memo sent out to employees the platform has acknowledged the ongoing problems it faces with harassment and abuse as we...
by Ryan Oneill
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Do we need one social app to do everything?

While smartphones are now capable of doing much more than many of us ever thought possible, such as graphic-intensive gaming, taking impressive photos, or data speeds faster than most home Internet connections. We all know that...
by Dave Thornton
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