Twitter is gobbling up the TweetMeme button as it absorbs another idea invented by a third party
At the risk of looking like a big, bad tech company if it copied start-up TweetMeme's own business, Twitter put together an elaborate partnership...which forced TweetMeme to change its business model anyway.
Twitter is rumored to be launching its own version of the retweet button provided by Tweetmeme and others. The feature is not live yet, but reportedly will be soon.
One third-party site, TweetMeme, claims that a yet-to-launch competitor called ReTweet isn't just similar--it's accusing ReTweet of ripping off its code.
Do you want to drive more traffic to your blog posts? The Retweet button might be a great way to do it.
Want to know how the Powder Puff Girls' Wikipedia page stacks up to the WWE's Summer Slam 2012? A new site shows how often the pages are changed and how many people are making the tweaks.
Twitter records its millionth registered third-party app, up from 150,000 a year ago, and revamps its developers portal to try to keep the trend going.
In its first week, MySpace has captured the second spot for the most popular link-shortening services on Twitter. It's trailing behind Bitly, Twitter's default link-shortening program.
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