Twitter will terminate its TweetDeck clients for Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Adobe AIR on May 7, halting Facebook integration that same day. Twitter first indicated plans to discontinue the TweetDeck apps in early March but did not specify a cutoff date.
No one likes to see an app die, but when it's a series of apps that are tied into one of the world's most popular social networking services, it came as no surprise that app developers were very unhappy with Twitter's recent announcements about TweetDeck.
Twitter is discontinuing its TweetDeck clients for Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Adobe AIR, focusing its mobile efforts on its flagship Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android apps.
The long-simmering Twitter/TweetDeck acquisition is finally a done deal--citing sources close to the negotiations, CNNMoney reports Twitter agreed Monday to purchase the social networking management
Twitter is acquiring social networking management solutions provider TweetDeck for between $40 million and $50 million, TechCrunch reports. Citing a source with knowledge of the deal, the report
Twitter is in advanced talks to acquire social networking management solutions provider TweetDeck for about $50 million. The Wall Street Journal reports Twitter is targeting TweetDeck in an effort to