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Location-based tweets could soon be coming to you

According to multiple sources, Twitter is in the process of testing a new feature that lets you discover tweets from people within a certain distance of your location. The idea is to surface relevant activity based on where you are in the world, serving up tweets from others around you — whether you follow them… Read More »

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Twitter, Peoplebrowsr settle data access lawsuit

Twitter and social media analytics firm Peoplebrowsr have settled their lawsuit over ‘firehose’ data that will see Peoplebrowsr have access to the ‘firehose’ through the end of 2013. Beginning next year, Peoplebrowsr will have to purchase access to the full “firehose” of 400 million daily tweets through one of Twitter’s authorised data resellers, meaning Gnip,… Read More »

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Facebook acquires Parse

Facebook Inc., which is ramping up its mobile business, has agreed to buy startup Parse, startup with a cloud-based platform of scalable cross-platform services and tools for developers, in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $85 million, according to people familiar with the matter. Parse is seen as an obvious choice for  Facebook since it… Read More »

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Mastering Facebook Groups

It is believed that in 2013, the number of Facebook users will top 1 billion. As one of those 1 billion users, whether you use your time on Facebook to catch up with old friends and family members or you are more interested in networking for business,  Facebook groups can be a great asset. Facebook… Read More »

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Five days later and Facebook Home is upto 500k downloads

Despite having been given a big launch with all the media glitz, Facebook Home hasn’t really caught the attention of many Android users with many users giving it an average rating of 2.2. stars. According to the app’s page on the Google Play Store, Facebook Home crossed 500,000 downloads on April 21, five days after… Read More »

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Is An Investment In Social Media Worth It?

There is no shortage of spruikers out there extolling the virtues of social media marketing. It’s everywhere; your favourite brand is on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and if they are forward thinking, Google Plus amongst others. No doubt you will have a personal account for one or more of these platforms, but do you yet have… Read More »

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Facebook Said to Hire Apple Maps Executive in Mobile Push

Citing two sources, Bloomberg reported that Facebook Inc. (FB) has nabbed another member of Apple Inc. (AAPL), Richard Williamson. Williamson, who was a member of the original iPhone team, was the manager who had led Apple’s iOS 6 Maps initiative. Williamson joined Facebook in the past couple of weeks to be a manager within its… Read More »

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Facebook Home coming to Apple?

Earlier today, Bloomberg reported that Facebook is talking to Apple about crafting a version of its new mobile software for the iPhone, in a push to boost revenue from the growing number of users who access the social network on smaller screens. Facebook’s new Home software is designed for newer Android handsets, including some made… Read More »

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Google lets you plan for your digital afterlife

Thanks to ‘Inactive Account Manager’, you’ll now be able to plan for your digital afterlife in regards to your Google account. On Thursday, Google announced that it is rolling out the new feature to let users determine what happens to “digital assets” from a wide range of Google services when they die or can no… Read More »

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