Yesterday, Apple had on of the company's trademark self-lovefests, and if you were following DVICE on Twitter, you got all the news as it was happening (and not minutes after it was happening, which is what people who tuned into the "live" stream saw). One lucky reader got more than that, though.
Apple is having an event later today and we'll be tweeting the news live as it happens on our Twitter feed. The instant updates start happening at 1 p.m. Eastern, so just give us a follow and start refreshing like crazy once the action starts. As a bonus, we'll be giving away a prize to one lucky follower.
They say you should never tweet and drive, but what if you're a smart bike sending out tweets as you cross America for charity? That's what a bike called Precious is doing right now.
What if Twitter were invented in 60 years ago? Then you probably would have seen something like this vintage-style ad in Life or Esquire, touting the service a "virtual locality" and "notorious mechanism." The ad is part of a series that includes full-pagers on Facebook, Skype and YouTube. See them all in the gallery below.
The next level of social media-powered graffiti has arrived in the form of the SMS Slingshot, a device that lets you virtually paints city walls with text messages that are automatically sent to Twitter.
Apple is having a press conference at 1 p.m. Eastern Time today, presumably to address the now notorious reception problem with the iPhone 4. We'll be sending out updates on Twitter as they happen, so check out DVICE's Twitter feed for the news as it breaks.
Twitter is one of the easiest ways to tell everyone you know what you're doing, so it was only a matter of time before the program began to tell the world where you are as well. But is that a good thing?
In case you haven't heard, Apple is about to announce something. If you want to get updates as they happen, follow us on Twitter for every tiny morsel of iPhone news.
Hooo-kay, Sony. Your new device that allows cats to have their very own Twitter feed? I don't get it.
The latest proof that Twitter is succeeding in Japan where other Internet brands like Google and Facebook have failed is the creation of IS Parade, an amazingly entertaining, and creepily cute Twitter visualization application.