Twitter is pushing forward with the next step of its money-making ploy. So far, 'promoted tweets' have been limited to appearing at the top of search results on Twitter.com -- but the company is now beginning a trial program where it injects these promoted messages directly into users' timelines. Don't expect to see your stream of updates overflowing with advertisement just yet, though. Early...
After having already launched 'Promoted Tweets' and 'Promoted Trends,' Twitter is now launching an additional advertising feature known as 'Promoted Accounts.' As the site explains on its blog, the new 'Promoted Accounts' service will seamlessly blend in with the site's 'Suggestions for You' feature, which recommends accounts that users might want to follow, based on their Twitter network....
It's no secret that the Android Market is considerably smaller than Apple's App Store, but this shouldn't get Android users down when searching for the Twitter app that will maximize their micro-blogging. There are more than enough high-quality Twitter apps available in the Market, and, as Android continues to grow, the offerings will only get better. Here's a list of some apps that let us tweet...
During the iPhone's nascent stages, users had limited choices when it came to Twitter applications. But now, there are myriad services that allow you to blast 140-character tweets, and keep up with your buddies, too. So now, the problem is weeding out the pretenders from the contenders – not that we're complaining. So to help you decide which app is best for you, we're offering a brief...
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