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Twitter got bigger than ever, and is now essential in daily life. When the pope tweeted, it capped a 2012 full of controversy, business battles, and helping spread crucial information.
By updating its iOS and Android apps and releasing an all-new iPad app, Twitter aims to bring more users than ever back into the fold.
The relationship started well, but after six years it's soured, and social-media developers are crying foul after Twitter announced new restrictions this week.
Newly funded App.net may be in its infancy, but it's already attracting a slew of developers vexed by increasingly restrictive policies at the big social networks.
According to a report at The Next Web, Apple's iOS devices, including iPhones and iPads, account for at least 39 percent of the photo traffic on Twitter.
Chime.in, from Bill Gross and UberMedia, is one social network that puts publishers, transactions, and engagement front and center.
The company is tweaking its mobile twitter.com site using HTML5 to make it more user-friendly for iPad users.
As Verizon becomes the latest carrier to nix its all-you-can-eat offering, CNET explains how to get the most of your tiered data plan without breaking the bank.
Claiming violations involving privacy invasions and trademark infringement, Twitter suspends the products from the company that owns applications like UberTwitter, Echofon, and Twidroyd.
Twitter has called time on third-party apps. Could this be a shift toward Apple-style tight controls on the service?