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(From Guardian Unlimited)
The British company TweetDeck Ltd, which was bought by Twitter so it could gain control of the multi-column app for viewing the social networking site, will soon cease to exist as an independent entity after Companies House moved to strike it off its register.
But the app itself will continue as part of Twitter itself, which now owns the intellectual property and employs the staff who had been working on the product.
TweetDeck, the company, became one of the iconic names for the regrowth of the UK's technology industry focussed on social media in locations around London's Old Street -- an area later dubbed Silicon Roundabout.…