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The next killer iPhone app for Twitter. HootSuite’s Twitter App Coming to the iPhone Tomorrow [VIDEO]

Tomorrow, the company’s iPhone app will make its debut in the app store, bringing the features that help consolidate and enhance your TwitterTwitter workflow to your mobile phone.

According to the announcement, HootSuite for iPhone will be available at 9 a.m. EST. The application will boast support for Twitter analytics, multiple accounts, scheduling tweets in advance, Twitter Lists, Twitter trends and accompanying explanations, photo sharing and even file sharing.

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An Introduction to Social Media Optimization SMO

Social media, specifically focusing on the social networking sites, is rapidly becoming the staple form of content online – user generated content is also via An Introduction to Social Media Optimization SMO.

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Great video parody on Cloud Computing

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Bloomberg Interviews Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore About Social Media [VIDEO]

Good all Pete!!

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Plurchase: E-commerce Goes Social

E-COMMERCE GOES SOCIAL Plurchase lets you shop with friends on sites like Amazon and Zappos. See what friends are shopping for, and chat with them.

Plurchase brings the social act to e-commerce. With Plurchase, you can invite friends to join you while you shop and discuss with them the items you’re looking at before you buy. YOU HAVE TO LOVE THIS!!

So why is it a big deal? Sure, you can send friends or family members an e-mail pointing to the item you are looking at, but the real-time aspect gets buried in the shuffle.

Plurchase is attempting to change that by brining a social kick to e-commerce sites like Amazon and Zappos. Go to Plurchase.com, choose where you want to shop and then send your friends a URL (or post connect with Facebook and send a request or share an item that way) and they can join you in real-time and see what you’re shopping for and chat. So go do it!!!

Let me know if you like it?

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iPhone App Addiction and “Apping” Make the Local News. See VIDEO

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I love to app my self… is all about the iphone….. TAKE  THAT BLACKBERRY

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Do you Goby? I do

Im loving this new way to search. Do you?

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The Fun theory by VW (Im loving this)

Great Viral videos, it shares a honest and fun insight.  Make sure to visit the site and enjoy all 3 videos..

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Apple to Launch New Touch-Sensitive Mighty Mouse

If you’re an Apple iMac owner, you’re probably familiar with the Mighty Mouse, Apple’s buttonless device launched in 2005. The iconic white mouse with the squeeze sensors and the tiny clickable track ball may have been a unique direction in mouse technology, but it has frustrated many Mac owners to no end – the track ball especially is susceptible to breakage and dirt accumulation.  Among the rumored changes: doing away with the track ball, utilizing touch-sensitive technology, and adding multipoint touch detection technology. Oh, and you might see this new Mighty Mouse before the end of this year. YESSSS

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2 Billion Apps Downloaded From the Apple App Store. Take that BLACKBERRY

iphone_3gsWhen it comes to big numbers, Apple is never shy. And they’ve got every reason to be proud about their App Store figures; before the iPhone, smartphone manufacturers cared little about third party applications; now, they’re a huge market.

Of course, those 2 billion apps don’t directly translate into revenue, as many of them are free, but the ratio of free to paid apps is now looking pretty good; for example, AdMob’s estimate is that 1 in every 4 downloaded apps on the iPhone has been paid for. Now take into account those blooming iPhone sales, and you’ll find that Apple, indeed, has a lot to be happy about.

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