Twitter is making an update to its recently released polling feature; instead of a default 24-hour timeframe, poll lengths can range from five minutes to seven days. Launched in October, the company
They've done it. Twitter has cracked the code. No, it's not a new CEO. Nope, it's not a new way to deliver content with context that you might be interested in. It's polls.
Pricing tracking and alerts service Nifti is testing the waters with a new application called Cinch (no, not Klout’s advice-giving app also called Cinch, but very close.) In fact, Nifti’
"Oh jeez, another Q&A app." That was my kneejerk reaction when I heard about a new startup called <a target="_blank" href="http://getpyne.com">Pyne</a>, which has created what it says is an app
Do you have trouble making decisions? Do you have to get your friends’ input on a bunch of things? Are you 15 years old? Then you might like Pop, a new iPhone application today making its offici
In late 2010, Sun Microsystems Co-founder <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/person/scott-mcnealy">Scott McNealy</a> and finance veteran Scott Johnston, launched <a href="http://www.wayin.com/#!/home"
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/picture-19.png" /> Pittsburgh-based startup <a href="http://www.iqpoll.com/">CivicScience</a>, an intelligent polling utility that offers a h