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The new version of Twitter’s API that struck fear in the hearts of many developers – particularly those who would re-display tweets to general audiences – is live. Developers have till… Read more »

Okay, that headline is too much. Twitter does need to take better care of its apps ecosystem. At the very least, it should be much more consistent and transparent about its… Read more »

Zynga is in turmoil. Since its IPO, Zynga stock has cratered, and it lost its COO. Its emerging mobile strategy has failed to impress. With increasing competition, it’s worth understanding whether… Read more »

Today, Facebook joins Twitter in generating discussion, angry words, and hurt feelings around application-platform ecosystems. Mathew Ingram wonders,  is platform Darwinism just the way things work? The short answer is yes… Read more »

If you think Twitter’s done a lot of damage to itself with the brouhaha over its temporary blocking of an Olympics critic, consider that the event – though widely tweeted -… Read more »

Google announced that as another in its series of product-prunings, it was going to shut down iGoogle, a personalized startpage that let users organize widgets for feeds, content and Google services… Read more »

A long piece in the Wall Street Journal on Google+ is pretty damning. The case against: it’s a “ghost town,” with 90 million users who don’t spend much time there, it… Read more »

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