Tag: micro blogging
What do Twitter's new international censorship rules mean for you?
As Twitter continue to expand their micro-blogging network globally, they've come into certain difficulties and cultural differences as they launch in new international territories. As a result, Twitter have announced new rules which could effectively mean Tweets in the…
People get bored with Twitter quicker than they do with Facebook, says research
Apparently over 40% of respondents who said they had tried Twitter only used it once or twice before getting bored. That's four times the number of people who give up on Facebook. It does suggest that these are people who have heard of Twitter, felt like they needed to give it a go, but have no real idea how to use it.
Five cool websites/apps to explore while you wait for your Google Wave invitation
The second is to go searching round the web for sites and apps that work in a similar way to Google Wave. And that's exactly what I have done.
Posterous ups the blogging ante
Now Posterous users can add their banners, choose from different types of layout, adopt a theme and even create their own themes via HTML and CSS.
Fring's free phones for Olympic Beijing bloggers – air fare not included
If you’ve already booked your trip to Beijing this summer or you’re really desperate for a free phone then, mobile VoiP service Fring is offering you your very own 3.5G handset with GPS, camera, local SIM card and an unlimited data plan in return for micro-blogging the Olympics…
T-Mobile's Wing takes off, and PS3 firmware upgrade allows HD gaming: the best stories from Shiny Media
T-Mobile have revealed the Wing smartphone, which will feature Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 6. How will it measure up against the iPhone? [iPhonic]