Social media has been a catalyzing force in revolutions around the world. In the past few weeks, Hong Kong has seen its own youth-led uprising, and again turned to social media for solidarity and communication.
But this time, the protest largely turned from sites like Facebook under the possible threat of the police cutting off access Read More
Twilio powers a ton of New York-based apps from the multi-millionaire start-up GroupMe to the socially-minded TechCrunch Disrupt hack Joinable, which is why we end up writing about the San Francisco start-up so much. Now Twilio is offering Twilio Client, a new API that makes it easy for developers to add Skype-like capabilities into web, iPhone, and Android apps, enabling two-way calls within the apps or to landlines.
The reaction from local developers was tantamount to a Jobsian sort of “this changes everything–AGAIN.”