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We get our mitts on the upcoming version of Seesmic Desktop, the software that will be officially replacing popular Twitter posting client Twhirl.
CNET contributor Danny Sullivan's dream of a laptop that could turn into a tablet was spoiled by a glaring flaw: an inconsistent on-screen keyboard.
After two decades of using Windows, the Mac -- with a little help from the Web -- wins away a user.
Two services for keeping an eye on multiple microblogging tools have expanded to include even more features.
Seesmic video service gets an API, and Ping.fm and Twhirl make good use of it.
Nanoblog app gets updates from open-source service via XMPP. We're still waiting for similar support from Twitter.
Two-way access still a few weeks out, though.
But Seesmic's Twitter client still doesn't support Seesmic. Oh well.
The Twitter client will get new FriendFeed features Tuesday.
What did the one beta say to the other? Let's merge!