An open-source Twitter might create a true communication utility.
Nanoblog app gets updates from open-source service via XMPP. We're still waiting for similar support from Twitter.
Twitter is king of microblogging today, but if the history of e-mail offers any clues, we're likely to see standardization and open source dethrone Twitter's dominance.
Is Twitter the bland and boring micro-blog? Don Reisinger takes a look at alternatives that offer features not found in Twitter.
Twingly has launched a proper microblog search service. Also, WeFi unveils an online directory to find over 1 million different hot spots.
As Tim O'Reilly indicates, the debate over free-software licensing largely misses the point, because it focuses on mechanics rather than the end goal: freedom.
The third-party social messaging client Adium has released the 1.4b1 beta version of their software. This version provides support for the popular micro-blogging Web site, Twitter, as well as many other feature updates and bug fixes. Adium is a free, open
Cisco Systems wants us to believe that video is "the killer app," but the Web and, indeed, its own product strategy, suggest that shorter-form communication is the key to its future.
It's 1 April, and coincidentally there's been loads of amazing tech news -- so much we've had to round up the best stories of the day. From Twitter to takeovers, it's been a busy morning
Using a slew of social networking services is great, but as Don Reisinger explains, that practice doesn't deliver the most rewarding Web experience. To fix that, Don has compiled a list of services you should use exclusively.