UPDATE: It seems there is an overwhelming amount of requests to my6sense’s servers, causing users to have trouble downloading the application. my6sense is aware of the issue, and hopefully you should be able to download my6sense shortly.
With the rapid expansion of the internet over the last few decades, we now have a tremendous amount ... Read More »
As we (and basically everyone else out there) have already reported, the TweetDeck for Android beta is now available for your downloading pleasure. This version (0.9.1) is slightly different than the 0.9 version that was leaked yesterday, so if you’ve already downloaded 0.9, you might want to uninstall and head over to Read More »
Back in May at Google I/O, Seesmic demonstrated a beta version of their popular Twitter client that featured (among other things) tight integration with the Google Buzz platform. This was of course at a time when Google Buzz was still relatively new(ish) and people were more frequently using the service.
Though the beta was meant ... Read More »
New widget for Android phones that lets you post text and photos with a single tap.
The Google Buzz mobile site now works on Android 1.5 and 1.6 devices—all you need to do is acknowledge that your device isn’t officially supported.
We were so excited about yesterday’s Google Buzz announcement that we glossed over the fact that about 80% of Android devices can not take full advantage of the service. This caused a lot of confusion for our readers because many could not access the service on their phone.
A few moments ago Google held an event to announce Google Buzz, a new social media sharing tool for your mobile and built right into Gmail. The Android portion announcement came via a live demo from none other than Vic Gundotra and showed making a location-based buzz and how it would show up in Gmail. ... Read More »