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The Nexus Q has some pretty neat media streaming features, but is way too expensive--and the preview release is just plain buggy.
With Turntable.fm, Tweetbot, and other just-for-fun apps, you can stay entertained wherever you are.
iTweetLive is a free, but ad-supported, service that helps you communicate more effectively via Twitter.
Nostalgic for the golden days of Twitter retweets? Get them back with Classic Retweet.
Looking to get more out of the world's most popular microblogging service? Here are 11 free apps that deliver the goods.
VenueSeen lets businesses monitor their online presence and reputation in photo sharing and social networks.
MetroTwit is a powerful Twitter client based on the Metro look used for Windows 8.
Turn your favorite Web and social media content into a story with Storify.
Free SocialFolders makes it easy to create offline copies of your online data.
Ashton Kutcher is the name behind--and plastered all over--this free, third-party Twitter app.
Sobees Desktop is still in beta, and it shows, but this social media manager shows plenty of promise, too.
A longtime favorite of Twitter power users, TweetDeck provides a comprehensive set of management tools.
TweetCaster's free version does have ads, but that doesn't keep it from feeling polished and robust.
These 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 can help you save money and time on your post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.