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  • Continuing Native App Rollout, Group Communication Tool HipChat Launches Beta Client For Linux

    Continuing Native App Rollout, Group Communication Tool HipChat Launches Beta Client For Linux

    Atlassian’s HipChat is stepping up to its commitment to roll out native clients for its real-time group chat and private messaging tool, with a beta release of the Linux client. The Linux client couldn’t come fast enough: Adobe AIR no longer supports the open-source operating system, which means the new native app adds to the web-based client as another option for Linux-based users. Read More

  • Rumored: Development To Cease For Twitter’s Mac Client

    Rumored: Development To Cease For Twitter’s Mac Client

    Here’s a piece of Twitter news that would really make me sad. According to former TechCrunch full-time writer guy, MG Siegler, Twitter will cease to support and develop Twitter for Mac. Read More

  • API, ShmAPI: App.net Still Has Many Difficulties To Overcome If It Wants To Beat Twitter

    API, ShmAPI: App.net Still Has Many Difficulties To Overcome If It Wants To Beat Twitter

    With Thursday’s Twitter API changes, App.net could not have gotten better news. Suddenly, Dalton Caldwell’s vision of a subscription-based Twitter clone seems quite clever. Yet, when it comes to creating a competitor to such an ubiquitous service, App.net now has to face many challenges. Most of them will be very hard to overcome — even harder than reaching its $500,000… Read More

  • Meebo Unveils New iPhone Client

    Just got a heads up from the Meebo people that they’re now offer a new client for people using iPhones. Meebo is fantastic as a web-IM client and now this will blow anything else out of the water. Though I have yet to personally test it, I hear it’s pretty lightweight and quick. You can login with your Meebo account and start chatting it up right away, ’cause this baby is out… Read More

  • Transmission 0.71 Released – Key Issues Fixed

    Mac OS X users have always gotten a bit of a shaft on decent Bit Torrent clients. There’s always Azureus, but it’s cluttered, slow, and a resource hog. And until the recent release of Bit Rocket, there wasn’t much else: except for Transmission. In the past, Transmission has been banned on almost every private Bit Torrent tracker on the net. Why’s that? Transmission used… Read More