After a judge rules against Twitter and decides to keep the lawsuit in state court, the social media analytics company is able to carry on with its service.
Social media analytics service claims the microblogging site threatened to cut off access to its firehose of data.
New Web site lets you combine your social feeds into one window, but it lacks refinement.
Twitter gave its official blessing to nine new companies. Shoutlet, Adobe Social, Percolate, and others can keep selling their Twitter services without fear of being shut down.
AOL wants its Bebo service to become a social network aggregator for everyone.
Only a few tools help give multiple users coherent access to the same Twitter accounts. There are the two best.
A talk with the creator of Spymaster, which sends out silly game progress notes on behalf of its users. Plus: How to block the notes.
Add a soupcon of Google to Twitter Search, and you might have something.