The Guardian Facebook launches Paper news app - and it could spell end of site as we know it Daily Mail Is Facebook cannibalising itself? Social network launches Paper news app - and it could spell the end of the site as we know it.
In an informal chat at Twitter headquarters on Thursday, chief executive Dick Costolo talked about some of the numbers behind the service (as Erica reported earlier), including the fact that the network has over 100 million active users now.
That may be a long distance away from Facebook’s more than half a billion, but the fact is that Twitter isn’t really competing with Facebook — it’s not really a social network, but a real-time information network.
In other words, it’s a media entity, and the sooner it starts living up to that reality the better.
The information overload feeling is known. But Mathew Ingram seems skeptical on whether filters will catch up with what seems to be a proliferation of new data.I see that more as an opportunity. (Is more real-time information a dream or a nightmare?
Rush to mobile driving big changes in news media New York Business Journal For instance, the Journal will soon put up a large screen showing the paper's mobile web site in the newsroom to make journalists more aware of how that product looks...
The Verge All in an update: Inside app aims to be the perfect mobile newspaper The Verge Investor, entrepreneur, and blogger Jason Calacanis believes that no one has yet solved the basic problem: an app that truly brings the news into a...
Having seen mobile traffic 'skyrocket past the website', Breaking News is now looking towards a mobile future (RT @konradweber Nicht Social Media verändert den Journalismus, sondern allgemein die mobile Nutzung, meint @corybe
Between the Lines: A new mobile news app for a Flagstaff on the go Arizona Daily Sun The new mobile news app will allow easier access to continuous updates during such events from our own mobile reporters and photographers filing from the field.
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