UberMedia makes changes to comply with Twitter policies

UberMedia makes changes to comply with Twitter policiesUberMedia, which owns Twidroyd and UberTwitter, has reportedly agreed to make changes to the popular apps to comply with Twitter’s policies.

UberTwitter will now be known as UberSocial. In a tweet, the app confirmed that they made all the changes requested by Twitter, and that users would be live again, once Twitter reactivates.

Apple may announce new high-speed connection tech soon

Apple may announce new high-speed connection tech soonApple is preparing to announce a new high-speed connection technology, a report published by CNET claims.

CNET claims that a source familiar with the matter told it about Apple’s plans to introduce the new high-speed connection technology.

Apple is expected to adopt Intel’s Light Peak technology. In 2009, Intel had demonstrated its Light Peak using a machine based on Apple's Mac OS X.

Arianna Huffington to control all of AOL’s editorial content

The Huffington Post, one of the most acclaimed news sources on the Internet, was recently acquired by AOL in a cash & stocks deal worth $315 million.

The popular site co-founded by Arianna Huffington and Kenneth Lerer in the year of 2005. It may be noted here that 2005 was the year when Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. had acquired MySpace in a deal worth $580 million. At that time MySpace was a trashy, gaudy and hot site. But, the site gradually lost customers and advertisers.

Nokia to introduce low cost WP7 handsets soon

nokiaFinnish handset manufacturer Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has reportedly said that the company’s WP7-based handsets will hit store shelves soon.

According to a report published by SlashGear, Mr. Elop believes that –based the company would be able to make its low cost WP7-based smartphones sooner than later.

In an interview the Nokia chief said, “We have become convinced that we can do that very quickly.”

Great Backyard Bird Count to provide researchers with valuable data

Great Backyard Bird Count to provide researchers with valuable dataData being collected during the ongoing 14th annual Great Backyard Bird Count event will be submitted to the National Audubon Society and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for processing.

Volunteers can watch birds flying into the backyards of their homes for at least 15 minutes for their tallies to be considered by researchers.

Homosexual Facebook users get option to describe their relationships

Homosexual Facebook users get option to describe their relationshipsSocial-networking platform Facebook’s “Drop Down Status” relationship box allows users to describe their relationships, but so far same-sex couples were not provided with an option in the box to state their relationship.

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