Twitter is testing native app-like features for its mobile browser web app that will allow users to attach images to tweets - this includes capturing images direct from a user's smartphone camera and images uploaded from the device's library.
Police in San Francisco's Bay Area Rapid Transit subway system disabled cell and wireless access to prevent protesters gathering, while the UK PM says that Police should be able to restrict access to social networks. Are they right?
Google's long awaited music service, Google Music Beta, was given a limited launch today at Google's I/O conference in San Francisco, but with Amazon's Cloud Player already launched and iTunes poised to begin music streaming it is too little too late?
Apple is expected to debut the iPad’s successor, dubbed the iPad 2, next week, Wednesday March 2, at an event in San Francisco according to All Things Digital. Although no official invites have been sent out yet, it’s rumoured that the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will be the likely venue.
To celebrate Social Media week 2011, Skype will be giving away freey WiFi access in eight cities around the world. Citizens in New York, San Francisco, Rome, Paris, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Hong Kong and Istanbul, who use Skype Access, will be able to make VOIP calls and surf for free at public WiFi hotspots for free during the week.