Later Bro is a service for those among you who have an audience to keep engaged on Twitter and Facebook, but who also have a life to deal with. It will let you schedule both tweets and status updates, and have them published whenever you want. If you will be busy doing something then you will still be able to keep an active presence on Twitter or Facebook by having scheduled everything to go live beforehand. [advt]Of course, a service like this one has all the inherent limitations that systems for the automatic posting of updates always have, namely that you won’t be able to break any news through it. It will be a problem or not according to what kind of information you usually tweet or post on Facebook, but even when you are known to share the latest news with your friends.
Yahoo! oneConnect is the new, free application for iPhone and iPod Touch users. Yahoo! oneConnect helps you communicate with your Yahoo! Messenger & Windows Live Messenger friends as well as the friends you have on […]
OpenBeak is a mobile client for posting updates to Twitter using Blackberry device. It allows you to post Tweets to the Twitter website, without loading the XHTML form in your browser. It works over the data network, so you don’t need to use SMS. OpenBeak is the evolution of TwitterBerry. […]
Fishbowl is a desktop application that lets you experience Facebook in new ways. It was developed by some people at Microsoft to show off ways that a web platform can be leveraged as part of a desktop expierience. It providing the source to give people a chance to dig in […]