The US Library of Congress has announced that it is to acquire the entire Twitter archive and preserve it for posterity.
Twitter has unveiled its very-long-awaited plans to start making money, by, er, bunging ads on the site.
A major investor in Twitter has hinted that he'd like to see the site creating its own mobile and desktop clients.
Can you think of something short but sweet you'd like to say to the government? Bet you can.
A new service from Twitter looks set to rattle Facebook by allowing users to send and receive tweets while browsing other wbsites, in the same way as Facebook Connect.
Well, you can't say there isn't a need for it. After scam after scam, Twitter is introducing a service to foil the phishers.
Twitter is believed to be planning a new advertising system similar to Google's AdWords.
It hardly bears thinking about - there are now 50 million tweets a day, according to Twitter. That's 600 per second.