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In an announcement made live this morning on the TODAY show, Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo explained that some pretty big changes are coming to everyone’s Twitter profiles.
Namely, we all now have the option to upload a cover photo to our Twitter profiles that will display on Twitter.com, Twitter for Android, iPhone, and iPad.
Twitter announced on Tuesday that advertisers now have access to expanded options when it comes to serving up Promoted Tweets to smartphone users.
Considering switching your Android device for a Windows phone? Now’s your chance – as long as you’re willing to say something nasty about your old phone.
Microsoft is running a semi-unofficial-but-still-official Twitter campaign to give away free Windows Phones to Twitter users who slag off Android.
Twitter has acquired Whisper Systems, a company that builds enterprise-level security software on Android.
The acquisition will likely be used to improve Twitter’s own security, and assuage worries that the network is vulnerable to hackers and other nefarious types.
The first mobile version of Buffer has hit the Android Market, and it’s a slick product.
Now, you can send updates to Twitter at the times that they’ll see the most impact while you’re on the go from your Android device.
Android users, your time has come: your favorite smartphone operating system now has a Twitter account.
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