Gnip pores over tweets to extract statistical wisdom.Twitter says it will use the technology to provide better data to developers and businesses.
The arrangement lets marketers and researchers buy access to each and every check-in as it happens.
Emergency database will let dead URL shortening services--or at least their short URLs--come back to life.
One service is attempting to find a way to keep noise-heavy services from bucking.
Within the plethora of daily tweets, researchers in the fields of health, natural disasters, finance, and more can find insightful information.
Twitter aims to draw in marketers and developers with a new ad service that promotes mobile apps far beyond users' timelines.
The new site maps tweets -- many of them rather angry -- about transport in the UK and lets you search for places and subjects.
By ingesting all of Twitter, Topsy becomes a top destination for deep dives into social data.
The founder of the social network for bloggers, which sold to Yahoo last year, plans to launch a new company called Gnip.
Social media analytics service claims the microblogging site threatened to cut off access to its firehose of data.