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Monday, November 16th 2009 - 21:40 CET
Peek, the maker of the award-winning Peek email and texting device, debuts the world’s first Twitter mobile device exclusively at Amazon. TwitterPeek promises to unleash the thrill of Twitter on-the-go by enabling millions to tweet interesting news, stories, and ideas as soon as they happen - in real time - without an expensive mobile phone or data plan. Twitter has become a worldwide phenomenon, but - until now - the millions of Twitter users without a smartphone haven't been able to fully experience the fun of Twitter on-the-go. "TwitterPeek will make it easy and affordable for everyone who doesn't have a mobile phone to really enjoy Twitter on-the-go," said Peekster-in-Chief Amol Sarva.
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Thursday, November 1st 2007 - 12:00 CET
Twitter, the world’s largest mobile social network service, has chosen Ericsson’s IPX solution for its global SMS traffic to support the service’s ability to send and receive brief “status” updates via text messaging to the growing number of mobile phones in Twitter’s network. Ericsson IPX will also support Twitter’s new tracking service, which allows users around the world to track any status updates that include key words or topics and enables users to find fellow Twitter users with similar interests. Twitter is used globally by friends, family and co-workers to communicate and stay connected. Celebrities, politicians, organizations and leading media companies are also using Twitter to communicate with their “followers”.




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