Twitter unveiled a brand new user interface with its update to 4.0 in December. In doing so,it removed a lot of the features it inherited from Tweetie. But with the release of version 4.1 today Twitter restored a lot of that missing functionality.
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Pictured here is Messages beta, available for free today. Apple on Thursday released its developer version of the next OS X release, Apple OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Pics of some of the changes you find inside.
aNewDomain’s Mac McCarthy, Julie Blaustein, Vanessa Martinez, Josh Windisch, Rebekah Austin, GIna Smith, John C. Dvorak and Jeremy Lesniak cover TedX for aNewDomain. Gopi Kallalil from Google’s Google+ team.
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Check out some of the new apps we saw at the Mobile Apps Showcase at Macworld | iWorld 2012. Our senior editor Josh Windisch leads the tour.
Blurb for iOS was one of five apps our Josh Windisch selected as the best social iOS apps demoed at Appalooza, an event here at Macworld | iWorld San Francisco.
Would you believe an Apple iPhone case that doubles as a bottle opener? Plenty of wacky stuff to see here in San Francisco at Macworld | iWorld 2012. Josh Windisch reports on that — and six other cool products conference execs selected for a media-only preview.
AND EXCLUSIVE : Splashttop will offer its Mac client for free all day Saturday, January 28, 2012 Pacific Time. Nice. Thanks Cliff Miller, Gloria R. and crew.
Path, a free app for Apple iPhone and Android. Just revved this month on both platforms, the so-called smart journal app targets mobile users and limits you to 150 friends. A reasonable limit, in my opinion. >Path is now in version two for iOS and Android mobile devices. Our Josh Windisch takes a look. Here’s […]