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The company, which previously let customers share videos via Twitter, is now a social video-discovery site, and has changed its name to reflect that.
Twitter video host TwitVid finally has a search engine that pulls in results in real time. The service is also now offering its users a way to see who is watching their videos.
iPhone 3GS owners can now send videos they've taken directly to Twitter using TwitVid's new iPhone application.
Plans for Twitvid's new funding, led by Azure Partners and Draper Fisher Jurvetson, include expanding the company's team, growing usage opportunities, and scaling infrastructure.
The updated Telly app for iOS now lets users pause and resume recording.
The company has been bringing more features in house, including a recent effort to restrict third-party photo services.
Twitter may have removed official support for displaying image thumbnails to photos uploaded through Instagram, but this Chrome extension can help bring them back to your feed.
If you're trying to find ways to share your video and photo content with Twitter, we have you covered. Check out some really great ways to do it.
Apple could sell up to 600,000 iPad 2s this weekend, Amazon.com ends its affiliates program in Illinois, and social networking is being used to spread news of the tsunami in Japan.
Very slick Web-based tool makes short work of creating online screencasts.