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LinkedIn Promotes 3rd Party Developers, Whereas Twitter Demotes Them

on December 4, 2012 | Social Media | Comments (0)
LinkedIn Promotes 3rd Party Developers, Whereas Twitter Demotes Them

When I logged into LinkedIn yesterday, I was greeted with this message above. Does LinkedIn and Twitterfeed have a special new arrangement? Maybe, maybe not. This got me thinking about the recent changes from Twitter whereby they have placed tighter restrictions on API usage by 3rd party developers. Twitter used to have a source label […]

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Facebook gets 60 New Timeline Lifestyle Apps

on January 20, 2012 | Facebook | Comments (0)
Facebook gets 60 New Timeline Lifestyle Apps

In what is set to transform how our Facebook profiles look – Facebook has revealed 60 new developer partners whom have built lifestyle Facebook applications. We reported previously about a limited number of Lifestlye apps currently available, we are now going to see social developers worldwide want to integrate their products into the Timeline profile […]

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Google+ lets 3rd Party Apps into API

on November 16, 2011 | Google Plus | Comments (0)
Google+ lets 3rd Party Apps into API

Post endorsed by: Search Engine Optimization Results Google is now letting 3rd party applications into the Google Plus API for business pages. This means people will be able to manage and update their business pages using a 3rd party system without having to go directly to the Google+ website. At the moment there are a […]

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LinkedIn Stats Update

on November 4, 2011 | LinkedIn | Comments (0)
LinkedIn Stats Update

LinkedIn has just announced that their Q3 revenues for 2011 was $139.5 million USD, seeing strong increases in customers taking up their hiring products across the globe. LinkedIn has also released a number key statistics about their growth: – now 131 million registered members – 180,000 websites have integrated the LinkedIn share button – 40,000 […]

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Facebook has huge event tomorrow: F8 Conference

on September 21, 2011 | Facebook | Comments (0)
Facebook has huge event tomorrow: F8 Conference

Tomorrow (Thursday 22 September US time) Facebook is holding their annual F8 conference in San Francisco to update Developers, Platform partners and the press what Facebook’s plans are and new products. Some of the topics for discussion are as follows: 1. Facebook music service that allows users to share what music they are listening to. […]

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Most Popular person on Google + Social Network?

on July 12, 2011 | Facebook Google + | Comments (2)
Most Popular person on Google + Social Network?

You may think it would be Google executives Larry Page or Sergey Brin. but nope, incorrect. The most popular person on the Google + Social Network is Mark Zuckerberg. You can check out this profile at the below link and his ‘follow/friend’ count is dwarfing anyone else on the network – https://plus.google.com/104560124403688998123/posts There are several […]

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WordPress 3.1 Released

on February 24, 2011 | WordPress | Comments (0)
Wordpress 3.1 Released

WordPress 3.1 was released last night. New features include: – redesigned linking workflow (makes linking to your other posts and pages easily). – an admin bar in the header when viewing your site, allowing quick post/page creation. Initially I am not a big fan of this, but hey it might grow on me. There is […]

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IE9 and IT pros / Developers

IE9 and IT pros / Developers

If you have been following the progress of Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft have released a video on how IT professionals and Developers should consider using IE9 for the vast variety of upgraded features. There is alot of hype for IE9 as Microsoft have really put in a lot of effort to developing this product. Have […]

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AppStore hits 250,000 applications

on September 1, 2010 | Apple | Comments (0)
AppStore hits 250,000 applications

It has been a little over 2 years since Apple launched the AppStore. The store now has over 250,000 applications from around 50,000 developers. Books and Games are the 2 most popular categories, with about 30% market share combined. Around 30% of the apps are free, 70% are paid-for applications. In comparison, the Android Marketplace […]

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