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Twitter Tuesday - Twitter hits 300 employees, gives them a "Hack Week" to build new projects

Twitter has just reached 300 full-time employees! It seems like not so very long ago that we were celebrating Ev, Biz and co. for employing more people than the number of characters in a tweet, but now they've more than doubled that. In fact, word is that the growing Twitter flock is looking for a new nest ... I mean, office. Twitter wouldn't comment to TechCrunch about the new digs, but chances...

Twitter Tuesday - Tweeting on your iPad Edition

Tuesday's here again, and Apple has really made things interesting for us at this little Twitter column. Folks are pretty set in their ways about which Twitter clients to use on established platforms, but with the iPad launch this weekend, there's new territory up for grabs. Today, Twitter Tuesday takes a special look at some tweeting options on Apple's new platform. Of course, we'll hit all...

Echofon (neé TwitterFon) heads to OS X

There's been plenty of iPhone Twitter clients released over the last 18 months, however the goldrush to develop for the mobile device has meant the OS X Twitter clients have seen just the arrival of Tweetie in the same time. Today however, naan studio the developers behind the popular Echofon (previously TwitterFon) iPhone client have launched a beta of their forthcoming desktop release. One of...

Boxcar brings Twitter push notifications to the iPhone

There are a lot of great Twitter clients for the iPhone, but whether your favorite is Tweetie, Twitterrific, Birdfeed or something else, they're all missing a feature that I find really useful. I'm talking about push notifications, and even the top-shelf Twitter clients don't support them. Although that's likely to change when Twitter finds a workable push solution for developers, an iPhone app...

The Iconfactory releases Twitterrific 2.0 for iPhone

There's a boatload of Twitter clients out there for the iPhone (it seems to be that everyone's wanting to write them nowadays) however the Iconfactory's Twitterrific was one of the very first to appear on the iDevices and now has hit version 2.0. The original version of Twitterrific, which debuted at the launch of the App Store last summer, was a very slick app that let you read and update Twitter...

Tweetsville: Is this the daddy of all iPhone Twitter clients?

It wasn't too long ago that I chose Twitterrific as one of my favourite three applications for the iPhone as part of our 'Favourite Apps' series. Even then, there were plenty of alternatives out there for you to use: Twinkle, Twittelator [and Twittelator Pro]. However the release of Tweetsville today appears to have changed my mind as my Twitter client of choice. The most noticeable difference...

Nik's Favourite iPhone Apps: Twitterrific

Here at Download Squad, we know that a fair number of our readers are avid Twitter users [much like ourselves]. There's been no shortage of Twitter clients thanks to Twitter's readily-available API: and the AppStore is little different. Twitterrific, if you're not already in the know, is the ubiquitous Mac OS X Twitter client (now at version 3 on the desktop) - and possibly one of the most...

iPhone App Review: Twitterrific is even better than the desktop version

Sometimes Download Squad has to agree to disagree about a new app, and this is one of those times. Although some on the team have knocked the iPhone version of Twitterrific, I actually like it better than its big brother on the desktop. What can the iPhone version do that the desktop version can't? Well, for one, it can pop Twitter open within the app - sometimes you want to scope someone's page...

iPhone App Review: Twitterrific exercises your EDGE connection and your patience

Slick UI seems to be the norm for most 'big name' iPhone applications on the AppStore. Twitterrific easily gets the top spot in terms of having attractive UI and navigation. However, UI and usability are not synonymous. When I use my phone, I want to accomplish what I want to do quickly and easily. Unfortunately Twitterrific falls short in a few area which makes it one of the most frustrating apps...

NetNewsWire 3.0 released

As RSS becomes more and more of a vital tool for online media consumption and production with each passing day, the need for efficient and well-integrated RSS clients rings loud and true. NetNewsWire for Mac OS X is just such a client. Originally borne of (and still written and managed by) indie Mac dev Brent Simmons, it was purchased after v2.x in 2005 by NewsGator to help round out their...