Some may remember yfrog as the photo sharing service previously associated with Twitter. However, since Twitter's launch of it's own internal photo sharing service last year, Yfrog has been left worse for wear. Despite the effects of this, Jack Levin (ImageShack founder) has not accepted defeat and has bravely entered the social networking arena to meet the giants face to face.
PubNub, a company that offers a development platform for real-time apps through an API, launched a new serverless access control feature today. The PubNub Access Manager (PAM) is a secure gateway that relieves your server of the burden of controlling who has access to your data streams.
Some Twitter users may have, at some point, had the need to share a conversation or a string of tweets with other people, and would have been left frustrated with the discovery that there wasn't really a way to do that. This was the very frustration that fuelled the creation of TweetVue; a tool that makes it possible to share Twitter conversations with other people. In addition, TweetVue's API gives developers access to this data, allowing them to access and share these conversations.