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If you want the best iPhone 6 Twitter app, download Tweetbot now

Tweetbot, which is easily the best Twitter client for iPhone has received an update to improve support for the iPhone 6 - and it looks lovely.   The 3.5 update is pretty simple: The main addition is that it scales the interface properly for the 6 and 6 Plus's larger screens - which means you…

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James O'MalleyIf you want the best iPhone 6 Twitter app, download Tweetbot now
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FINALLY Vine lets you use other pre-recorded videos

Vine has just pushed out a big update to its app on iPhone that unlocks a tonne of new features - including the ability to import videos you've shot previously, to upload to Vine's platform. The new update turns Vine into a fairly powerful mini video editor. In addition to importing you can trim longer…

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James O'MalleyFINALLY Vine lets you use other pre-recorded videos
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Yo gets hashtags and lets you send links

Astonishingly, Yo wasn't an overnight joke but is still going - and the company has just launched some new features in the latest version of the app. That's right: Yo now has features. For the uninitiated, Yo hit the big time a few weeks ago. It's a messaging app that does away with the hassle…

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James O'MalleyYo gets hashtags and lets you send links
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New app to name and shame crappy wifi comes to Android

You know the feeling. You're somewhere unfamiliar and you desperately need to upload that video or carry out some other bandwidth-intensive activity. But where to do it? After a long search, you find an oasis of wifi in the middle of a desert of no signal... and then... the wifi doesn't work. Perhaps it says you're connected even…

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James O'MalleyNew app to name and shame crappy wifi comes to Android

The Skep-Tech: This kid DIDN'T sell his game to Apple

The Daily Record, a Scottish newspaper, has published the most bewilderingly stupid technology story. They claim that a student is "set to make a fortune" after "selling his app to computing giant Apple" – unfortunately, this is nonsense. Here's what…

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James O'MalleyThe Skep-Tech: This kid DIDN'T sell his game to Apple