Pretty much no one has an excuse for not being on Twitter now.
Twitter has finally solved one of its biggest problems.
Twitter has just launched a new feature that makes following third-party companies and websites easier than ever.
Twitter has just inked one of its most expensive deals to take.
Not content with all the media coverage he has been receiving for the last few days, Charlie Sheen is looking to get his word out directly to the world, thanks to his newly formed Twitter account.
As if enough humans weren't Tweeting already, there's a new item that actually gives man's best friend the power to share his or her waking thoughts to the Internet as well.
Foursquare seems to be the new hot thing. "Checking in" to places on Facebook is a new key phrase. But how many people are actually using these kinds of services? Not a whole lot.
It happens to every website after a while - as soon as there's a whole bunch of users, it becomes more and more plastered with advertisements. That is now starting to happen with Twitter.
There are now 175 million users on Twitter, ranging from senior foreign diplomats to bored 13-year-old teenagers. It's because the service is able to reach across that swath of the global population that the site should exceed 200 million in just the next two months.
Twitter has just completed an overhaul of its back-end search architecture for users who are looking for specific users or messages, and it says it is now more capable ot handling the one billion queries that are generated each and every day.
You know that list of random Twitter accounts that shows up on the microblogging site? Well, soon you'll have to start paying to get on that list.
A Japanese man posted an innocuous tweet over the weekend, which translators have had difficulty understanding, but regardless what the message actually said there is no question as to its significance - it is the 20 billionth posting in the short history of Twitter.
The American Civil Liberties Union is to help two Twitter users fight to keep their identities secret after they tweeted criticism of Pennsylvania attorney general Tom Corbett.
The Dalai Lama is to hold his first Twitter conversation today, bringing spiritual sustenance to Buddhists in China in 140 characters or fewer.
A British man has been fined £1,000 for sending a tweet in which he joked about blowing up an airport.
Twitter will today launch a new feature allowing tweets to be embedded within documents.
Twitter is starting to go on a mobile acquisition binge, as for the second time in one month it has bought out a start-up developer that specializes in mobile messaging.
After 4 years of failing to convey its message to first-time Twitter users, the micro-blogging site has refreshed its home page that now does a better job of showing what Twitter is all about.