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Twitter released an updated mobile app for the iPhone and the iPad right after Apple unveiled its new iOS 7.
BlueJay, the “Law Enforcement Twitter Crime Scanner”, allows law enforcement agencies and corporations to view local tweets by providing them with geo-fenced, real-time access to all public tweets.
Twitter has tapped the former CEO of Ticketmaster, a California-based ticket sales and distribution firm, as its first Head of Commerce, according to a report by Mashable.
Twitter’s spokesman Jim Prosser confirmed that 38-year-old Nathan Hubbard …
Greater Giving, a unit of Global Payments Inc., which provides credit card payment processing and fundraising solutions, has joined forces with Chirpify, the only social commerce platform that allows entities to buy, sell, fundraise and pay in-stream in Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
One thing about Twitter is pretty obvious: once you’ve said something, even if it’s factually incorrect and you find that out later, that something has been said and going back to everyone who retweeted it …
Payment start-up Ribbon has recently made two major announcements. First, it now supports payments via YouTube. Second, it has rolled out an “in-stream” payment option that allows people to buy merchandise through Twitter.
Microblogging site Twitter is great for spreading around small bits of information, but who would have thought the site could also help you pay for products online?
Social commerce and payments platform Chirpify is now even better after adding Instagram to its streaming commerce.
There was a time when social commerce was the new fad, the way that we might see the future developing.
Twitter is a fun platform, a great idea, and one of the most far-reaching social media platforms in use today. I use it daily and just about everyone I know does as well. Twitter the …
There are many ways to use Twitter, one of which is to get an app installed on your mobile phone. If you use Twitter in this way by viewing its mobile site you will soon see a difference on screen. This is down to the addition of adverts on the mobile version of the site.
In 2011, Twitter reaped $139.5 million in revenues from advertising efforts. However, there is good news in store as the company looks to grow by more than 80% in 2012.