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Smartphone users check Facebook 14 times daily according to report

It's pretty safe to say we all have a problem. According to some new reports and surveys coming out this week, if you own a smartphone you probably check Facebook at least 14 times a day. And that is on average. Meaning many users check it far more than 14 times daily. Oh and this is just on a smartphone, this doesn't even count computer habits.

One misguided tweet takes on a life of its own

You never know what's going to happen in the land of Twitter. Adria Richards's story is a prime example of that. At the PyCon Technology Conference last week, Richards decided to publicly shame two developers who were bothering her with their sexual jokes. The developers were sitting behind her, and were talking to each other about "big dongles" and "forking someone's repo", and yes, while they were acting immaturely, Richards's actions took things a bit too far.

Twitter Music app coming soon as the social site shuns Android

Twitter is getting ready to take on some aspects of the music industry while also integrating plenty of music discovery and listening features into their service. According to a few new reports from CNET the new feature will reportedly be called Twitter Music and their iOS app could launch within the next month. Just like Vine, it looks like Twitter will once again shun Android users.

Twitter kills TweetDeck for Android, shuts down Facebook integration

We have some sad news today from the folks at Twitter regarding the highly popular Android, iOS, and desktop client TweetDeck. After acquiring the company in 2011 and basically letting the Android app go completely neglected, Twitter today confirmed they'll be killing the awesome app all together. They'll remove it from the Play Store, deactivate Facebook integration, and soon remove its access completely.

Falcon Pro Twitter app price increased to $132.13

The Falcon Pro app recently reached the 100k user token limit enforced by Twitter. This means bad news for those who may have been considering a purchase, but perhaps more important here -- it also places the developer in a bit of a sticky situation. You see, the developer wants to keep the app available for current users, but also needs a way to discourage new users from making the purchase.

Tweet Lanes Twitter app goes open source

The Tweet Lanes Twitter app originally launched back in July 2012. The interesting part here, the app launched with quite a bit of hype, both from the developer and from the users. The app touted itself as being "Pure Twitter" and "Pure Android" and there was little to disagree with as it was a solid app. The bad news arrived later on when the developer, Chris Lacy, decided to stop active development on the app.

Carbon for Twitter update fixes all those pesky bugs, adds quick mentions

The extremely popular and long awaited Android Twitter client known as Carbon was finally released this weekend. After more than a year of waiting and development the app is one of the best looking and unique options available for Android. It really is a joy to use. Sadly after a year of development it still seems to need a "beta" tag and has a long ways to go before being our daily app. More details on the update below.