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Google extends its partnership with Twitter

Google is to extend its agreement with Twitter by including tweets in desktop searches.
Earlier this year, Google began to include real-time Twitter information into its results, but only on mobile devices. The two companies have … click here to read more

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Instagram’s U.S. mobile revenue to overtake Google and Twitter

Instagram’s mobile ad revenue is expected to reach $2.81bn by 2017 according to research by eMarketer. The figure far surpasses the $595m the Facebook owned social networking service generated this year.

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Twitter removes customised wallpapers

Twitter has quietly removed personalised wallpapers from timelines and profile pages. While cover images remain, the move now sees uploaded profile wallpapers replaced with a plain background. The company has been gradually rolling out the update to … click here to read more

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Twitter makes it easier to track conversations

Twitter has announced the launch of a new feature to make it easier to keep track of conversations.

As of this week, the platform will start grouping conversations together, highlighting some of the most noteworthy … click here to read more

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Twitter launches its Official Partner Program

This week, Twitter launched a new consulting tool to encourage more advertisers to its platform. The Official Partner Program uses trusted third parties from Twitter’s Certified Program and its Marketing Platform Partner program, to help … click here to read more

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Twitter to buy Flipboard?

According to reports, Twitter could be about purchase article-sharing app Flipboard. The all-stock deal, should it go ahead, could see Flipboard’s valuation soar to $1 billion.

Launched in 2010, Flipboard searches and aggregates thousands of topics, resulting in … click here to read more