The future of Twitter streams, Facebook's new iOS app, and why topic pages are the next big thing. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up.
After the jump you'll find more of this week's top news stories on some of the key topics that are shaping the Web - Location, App Stores and Real-Time Web - plus highlights from some of our six channels. Read on for more.
One of the five reasons why Web publishing is changing is the emergence of streams of information, The Future of Streams: Twitter Looms As Biggest Obstacle.
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Facebook released a completely rebuilt version of its iOS app for iPhone and iPad today, changing a fundamental aspect of the company's mobile strategy, Why Facebook Ditched the Mobile Web & Went Native With its New iOS App.
Chronological and real-time consumption of content just doesn't work anymore. It's time for topic pages to add a layer of organization on top, Why Topic Pages Are The Next Big Thing.
At the annual Gartner Catalyst conference this week in San Diego, top companies like Genentech, Eli Lily and Northern Trust Bank shared some of the secrets behind their impressive app portfolios, How 3 Big Enterprises Are Building Their Own Internal iPad Apps.
Evernote signed a treaty with Moleskine Friday at the Evernote Trunk Conference, formally declaring a truce in its war on paper, Evernote & Moleskine Merge Paper & Pixels in "Smart Notebook".
In the past, content creators on YouTube couldn't make money from traffic coming in through tablets or smartphones, YouTube Finally Offers Mobile Ads .
PayPal’s new deal with Discover Financial Services may have just opened the door for the payment service’s users to pay for goods and services in seven million Discover card locations, but there are big questions whether this deal will really accelerate the future of mobile payments, Will PayPal’s History Derail Its Discover Card Deal?.
If Kickstarter met the adult-entertainment industry and they fell in love, this would be their child. Meet Offbeatr, a crowdfunding site for the adult community, Offbeatr Wants To Be The Kickstarter For XXX Startups.
Nikon just launched the first-ever Android-powered point-and-shoot camera. It's a smart move designed to make the company's line of consumer products relevant in a world of ubiquitous phonecams, Nikon's Android-Powered Bid to Change Mobile Photography.
Facebook said this week's problem, which had users sending and accepting friend requests they did not initiate, was a result of users using contact importer, What To Do To Keep Your Facebook Account Secure [Update].
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- For Google, to Play Is to Fight the Commoditization of Android
- Fuzebox, the iPad and the Reality of Simple Unified Communications
- Squashing Bugs: The Many Layered Approach to Mobile App Testing
- Red Hat Sets a Date for OpenShift Source Release
- Box Launches Its Own Enterprise Cloud Operating Ecosystem
- Google's Go Programming Language Grows Up: Now What?
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