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Twitter Retires API V1, Transitioning To V1.1

In March, Twitter announced via its developer blog that its API v1 would officially retire on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, then gave developers a reprieve with a May announcement that the API 1 shutdown wouldn’t take place until June 11.

Now the transition to API V1.1 has officially taken place.

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Twitter Prepping Its Own Version Of The Facebook Ad Exchange

Rumor has it that Twitter is prepping an ad-retargeting exchange to rival Facebook’s.

The practice works by locating people on the social network who had previously visited a brand’s site and retargeting them with non-standard display ads in hopes of luring them back to the brand site.

While Facebook didn’t launch Facebook Exchange (FBX) until last summer, after its IPO, it’s looking like Twitter might take the reverse route.

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Twitter’s Crashlytics Mobile Reporting Software Arrives On Android

In January of this year, Twitter acquired Crashlytics, the “powerful, yet lightest weight crash reporting solution.”

Yesterday, the company released Crashlytics for Android, the long-awaited companion to the iOS version.

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Twitter #Music Introduces Genre And Popularity Charts

Here’s what might be the answer to Twitter #Music’s tumble out of the app store’s top 10 since its debut in April: TechCrunch has confirmed that Twitter has amped up the music service with charts.

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Twitter Acquires Scalable Computing Startup Ubalo

Twitter announced yesterday afternoon that it has acquired a little-known scalable computing startup called Ubalo.

Founded in 2011, Palo Alto-based Ubalo simplifies large-scale computing, enabling its users to write just the code they need for analysis or processing without worrying about the complexities of integration and scaling.

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Twitter Hasn’t Completely Forgotten About its Devs, Will Host #devnestSF in May

There was a lot of huff as the one-year anniversary of Twitter’s inaugural Chirp Developer Conference came and went without a word from the company as to when (or if) there would be another one. And while it looks like they won’t be doing something quite that big this year, they are sending a message to their developers that they still care: they’re hosting a small #devnestSF tweetup at their offices in San Francisco in May, and will be setting up more of these around the US and the world in the near future.
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