Twitter is one of the largest sources of real-time information today, and if you want to follow latest information, but you don’t want to open a Twitter account, we might have an app that is perfect for you.

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Sometimes you cannot read each tweet on Twitter, especially when you’re driving or focusing on something more important, but luckily for you, there’s a app for iOS that can read tweets to you.

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Robonaut 2 sends tweets from space station

On September 7, 2011, in Robotics, by Mike Jefferson

Today, humanoid robots can run, walk, talk, and even sing, but currently, there aren’t many humanoid robots in space, expect the Robonaut 2 that was sent to space station by NASA. Speaking of Robonaut 2, or R2 for short, you’ll be pleased to hear that R2 is now sending tweets from space.

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Although Facebook might be the most popular social networking website, it has a decent competition coming from Google, but what about Twitter? Well, it seems that Twitter has got it first competitor called Heello.

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Twitter introduces @username and Activity tab

On August 23, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Leading micro-blogging service Twitter is constantly developing and speaking of Twitter and upcoming improvements we’re pleased to inform you that Twitter has recently added several new additions so you can keep a closer eye on the people that you follow.

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Combining technology and fashion together, one can produce interesting results, and if you remember the Sound Illuminating Dress we featured recently, you’re going to love this latest geeky dress.

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No doubt, earthquakes are devastating disasters, and although there’s little we can do to prevent them, we can at least alert ourselves if an earthquake is coming. A teen / boy from Chile has created just that, a rather interesting earthquake detection system that utilises Twitter.


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