01 Jun '11, 12pm

Non-auto: New way to allow you to follow Twitter accounts directly from the websites you visit every day

Non-auto: New way to allow you to follow Twitter accounts directly from the websites you visit every day

SAN FRANCISCO - TWITTER on Tuesday broadened its reach by letting websites add "Follow" buttons that visitors can click to begin tracking posts at the globally popular microblogging service. Twitter billed the button as "a new way to follow Twitter accounts directly from the websites you visit every day." The feature was rolled out the same day Web advertising company AdGrok announced it has been bought by San Francisco-based Twitter. "When Twitter approached us and asked if we'd be interested in working on their monetization platform, we realized that this was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we just couldn't pass up," AdGrok said in a blog post. "Starting today, we will be working full-time on Twitter's revenue engineering team." Websites that took part in the Follow button launch included online venues for pop stars Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Britney Spears as we...

Full article: http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Science%2B%2526...

Tweets

Twitter launching photo-sharing service (via ST...

straitstimes.com 01 Jun '11, 11pm

RANCHOS PALOS VERDES (California) - TWITTER said on Wednesday that it is adding a photo-sharing option for its users, a mo...

Twitter usage rising among US adults: Pew study...

straitstimes.com 02 Jun '11, 12am

WASHINGTON - MORE American adults are using Twitter and the micro-blogging service is particularly popular among African-A...

Twitter usage rising among US adults: Pew study

straitstimes.com 02 Jun '11, 12am

WASHINGTON - MORE American adults are using Twitter and the micro-blogging service is particularly popular among African-A...

These local girls are on their way to K-pop stardom ... but they've got rules to follow

These local girls are on their way to K-pop sta...

tnp.sg 11 Jun '11, 3am

From left to right: Ferlyn Wong, Elaine Yuki Wong and Natasha Low. PHOTOS: Kua Chee Siong/TNP, Alpha Entertainment HOW FAR...