With the acquisition, the Seesmic brand will eventually fade away as Hootsuite decides which of the social media client's features best fit its goals.
Seesmic today introduced new features and an ad-free Pro version of its social networking client for Android. Wait a minute, wasn't the free version already ad-free?
In a few key areas, the Web-based version of the Seesmic Twitter client bests its desktop sibling.
Two-way access still a few weeks out, though.
The social-network aggregator debuts iPhone app, letting you follow and update your Twitter, Facebook, and Ping.fm feeds in one shot.
Now you can consume Twitter without contributing, or even logging in.
Seesmic gets touchy with Seesmic Look, a newbie-friendly desktop client with an interesting way of making money from Twitter
Twitter and Facebook client company Seesmic acquiring write-once, post-anywhere service Ping.fm. But why?
This weekend Seesmic Desktop for Windows was released. We rushed to download our copy -- we've had enough of Adobe Air munching through our system memory
Twitter service Seesmic expands from the desktop with two new apps for Google Android and BlackBerry phones.