Google Tweet Lands Company in Trouble with Nexus Consumers
Nov06

Google Tweet Lands Company in Trouble with Nexus Consumers

Liar, liar, pants on fire. Google has got itself into some trouble with consumers who have recently bought the LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P smartphones, and it’s all over a tweet. The Android company behind the Nexus handsets said that it was shipping orders on a first come, first serve basis. However, consumers were quick to point out that is not the case at all. After the tweet was sent out, consumer started showing proof that...

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@Evleaks shuts down, no more easily available leaks
Aug04

@Evleaks shuts down, no more easily available leaks

If you like to keep on top or ahead of the mobile market then you are probably well acquainted with @Evleaks, a Twitter account that became the smartphone community's resident whistle-blower. However, that will not be the case anymore as the man behind Evleaks has decided to step away from the tipster mantle and retire to a new career. Most tech websites, including us here at Daily Mobile, have been using @Evleaks in recent years as...

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Twitter and Amazon Join Forces for #AmazonCart

Amazon wants you to buy more product from them, Twitter needs more ad money to bring up it's stock price and you being the tech geek you are spend a lot time on Twitter. What do all of these things have in common? Nothing till right now and the new hashtag #AmazonCart. That's right did your friend tweet a product on Amazon that caught your eye and are afraid you will forget about it or are just simply too lazy to follow the link an...

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Twitter #music service goes official, iOS app launched

After last week's rumors, today Twitter released its new service, Twitter #music. Twitter #music uses Twitter activity and allows you to detect the most popular tracks and artists, listen to music and tweet from the app. The songs on Twitter #music currently come from three sources: iTunes, plus two of the most popular music streaming services: Spotify and Rdio. Users will be able to hear previews from iTunes, while subscribers to...

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Twitter music app to launch this weekend, Twitter music web page is up

According to sources close to Twitter, the microblogging service is going to release a standalone music app this weekend (or maybe even today). AllThingsD reports that the app will suggest artists and tracks to users based on certain info including the Twitter accounts of artists they follow and artists followed by their followers. Users will be able to listen to clips of music from inside the app, using third-party services like...

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