Via.me, a new social publishing platform from developers RadiumOne, launched on March 1st. The app enables you to publish content to different social media accounts, without having to log in to separate websites or apps to do so. The first of its kind on the app market, Via.me shares text, video, images and voice notes … Continue reading Via.Me: The Social Media App that Does it All
Combine the words Tweetminster and Creamfields and what do you get? A rather boring and predictable anagram of the two enterprises – ‘Tweetfields’. This is, nonetheless, the name Tweetminster and Vodafone VIP have come up with in their creation of the first ever Twitter aggregator for music festivals, www.tweetfields.com. With more than 450 in the … Continue reading Tweetfields – Home of the ‘hottest’ festival news and yet more proof of the middle class colonisation of music festivals
If you like free stuff, Competwition should be bookmarked in your browser. If you’re a small business looking to run prize draws on Twitter, Competwition may be the only app you’ll ever need. From the makers of Twitition – the internet’s fastest-growing Twitter-petition site – the service allows business to easily run Twitter-centric giveaway campaigns. … Continue reading Competwition: Twitter FTW
Seeing a man chow down on his cheese and herb pizza and take out his BlackBerry to use Twitter might be about to become normality after details of a new unique restaurant review website emerged. TwitReview, which begins with a private beta launch in March before a full public unveiling later, spins on the idea … Continue reading TwitReview: It’s rude to eat and tweet at the same time. Or is it?
It might be akin to flogging a dead horse, but the more eagle-eyed social networking fans out there may have noticed that MySpace has had a bit of a facelift in an effort to reassert its position as a web heavyweight. MySpace is a veteran of the social networking scene but the emergence of Facebook … Continue reading MySpace and Facebook team-up: Flogging a dead horse?
Following the success of the T-Mobile Vairy Touch series, ZTE have announced the launch of the T-Mobile Vibe. Part of the Vairy Touch series popularity was because they provided a pay-as-you-go mobile with mobile broadband and email at an extremely reasonable price. Being available for just £39.99, the T-Mobile Vibe is obviously continuing ZTE’s promise … Continue reading T-Mobile Vibe Mobile – Simple, cheap and social media friendly
The Week in Gadgets Looking for an ethical gift for your hip social media loving friends? The people behind History Pin and I am NOT a Plastic Bag have brought out a Twitter towel – so you can send a Tweet to a loved one (or anyone really) for £10, even if they are off … Continue reading TWIG: Twitter towel, Boiling Frog survivalist apps, One For All PS3 remote
The Week in Gadgets As ever, it was a busy week in the gadget world with the quietly brilliant team at HTC unleashing a slew of new European handsets at a London launch. Meanwhile, over at Nokia World the Finnish giant outlined its vision of the mobile telecommunications based future, with a number of new … Continue reading TWIG: Sony s750 WALKMAN and Theory Test iPhone app