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The Queen has sent her first ever tweet during a visit to the Science Museum in London.
Paid media. Owned media. Earned media.
No doubt you’ve heard these terms. You might have even used them, perhaps to impress a potential client. But what do they actually mean?
Twitter’s first mobile developer conference, Flight, took place yesterday in San Francisco, with the company unveiling their new Fabric platform for mobile app developers.
One aspect of Fabric that’s very interesting is Digits, a new Twitter-powered tool that lets users sign in to their party apps with just their mobile phone number.
The 2014 MLB World Series is underway, with the San Francisco Giants enjoying a 1-0 lead on the Kansas City Royals after their victory yesterday. Game two is tomorrow, and Twitter provides an easy and effective way for fans to get involved.
Twitter’s first conference for mobile developers, called Flight, will take place today, October 22nd, in San Francisco.
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