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Twitter takes on Facebook with pictures and video

Twitter is redesigning its site to include more pictures and video including deals with photo-sharing site Flickr and YouTube. The aim is to get people to stay on the site longer rather than clicking on links in tweets which take ...

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The iPad breaks into the corporate world

Further good news for Apple. The iPad looks set to rival the Blackberry as the must-have corporate gizmo, judging by the latest research from Forresters, which found that as well as the expected consumer excitement over the device, companies are ...

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Twitter launches own tweet button, offers new deal to TweetMeme

In its short life Twitter has been a remarkably generous company, seemingly happy to allow other companies to use its existence and data to build their own businesses. One such is TweetMeme whose retweet button, in effect a way of ...

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Twitter marketing trials attract Disney and Coca-Cola

Twitter is cranking up its ad revenue and business sales generation efforts with the launch of @earlybird, a limited-time deals feed which provides time-sensitive offers from advertisers. Already it has signed up Disney, which is using @earlybird for a two-for-one ...

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Facebook and Twitter will be big players in the brave new TV world, says report

Two new developments this week demonstrate the remorseless onward march of social media network Facebook and its potential for having even more impact on business and social lives than Google. First of all, as mentioned in another story there’s David ...

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Twitter gets tough with piggyback advertisers

Just a few weeks after announcing its own advertising system, ‘Promoted Tweets,’ Twitter is trying to ban other companies inserting ads into its stream of 140 character messages. Twitter is already working with a handful of advertisers and hopes to ...

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Payvment aims to turn Facebook fans into shoppers

Payvment, the free Facebook app that allows people and companies to set up their own stores on the social network, is attracting the interest of US investors and has just secured $1.5m in investment from Blue Run Ventures and others. ...

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Nestle bows to Greenpeace online campaign

More evidence of how the web is enabling pressure groups with relatively small budgets to embarrass global brands emerged today with the news that Nestle, owner of the KitKat brand, says it is to work with NGOs to investigate its ...

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Google and Intel team with Sony to crack set top TV market

Google and Intel are teaming to offer a ‘smart TV’ platform aimed at bringing web services into the box in the corner of the room by combining Google’s Android operating system with Intel’s Atom microprocessor. The key to this latest ...

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