All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Tyler Winklevoss’

Winklevoss Twins Deemed ‘Bitcoin Moguls’

Silicon’s favorite (or least favorite, depending on what side of the coin you prefer) twins, the Winklevoss twins, have been deemed “Bitcoin moguls” in a new report from the New York Times. The publication reports that the twins have “amassed since last summer what appears to be one of the largest portfolios of the digital money.” A couple choice quotes …

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Facebook IPO Leaves Winklevoss Twins Speechless (On Twitter)

There’s been a whole lot of chatter about the Facebook IPO today. However, there’s not been much from the Winklevoss Twins, the Harvard duo that founded ConnectU, and made cinematic history in The Social Network with Armie Hammer’s portrayal of them. The twins are regularly engaged on Twitter, giving the world a glimpse into their TV viewing habits and animal …

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Tyler Winklevoss Loves Big Bird, Is As Honorable As Thomas Jefferson

Now that the Winklevoss twins are no longer pursuing a larger settlement from Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, it’s kind of sad that the limelight fails to grace their identical faces quite as often as it used to. One way that we can keep up with the Winklevii (besides rewatching the Social Network) is through their Twitter accounts – as both …

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Tyler Winklevoss Is A Ninja Turtles Fan

It’s always fun to learn more about the personalities of the Silicon Valley celebrities that we read about day to day. The Winklevoss twins may not be day-to-day news these days (though they certainly were at the peak of The Social Network’s buzz), but they do tweet a lot, and give spectators of the Twitterverse little tidbits about themselves that …

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Cameron Winklevoss: Desktop Usage Will Peak This Year

There’s no question that mobile web usage is on the rise, as more and more people purchase smartphones and tablets. Feature phones still play a role too. Half of the famed Winklevii (made more famous from Armie Hammer’s portrayal of the twins in the hit film The Social Network) went so far as to suggest that this will be the …

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