A new worm is spreading through the murky Twitter ether, tempting gullible users with the promise of identifying those pesky Tweet "stalkers."
While Charlie Sheen is grabbing the headlines searching for Two and Half Men, he somehow found two goddesses and an account on Twitter.
Alleged fame-whore and Twitter celeb Ashton Kutcher is fighting for his space on the corner these days because there’s a new man in town: Charlie Sheen.
A rumor about Twitter going public was squashed today by co-founder Biz Stone who insisted the social networking site was primarily focused on making money.
Charlie Sheen is officially on Twitter mostly because he is "tired of pretending [he’s] not a bit**ing rockstar from Mars." Me too Sheen, me too.
Harnessing the power of Twitter for advertising is one of the holy grails of modern marketing. But does anyone know how?
Yet another rogue application is plaguing Twitter as thousands of users have been unceremoniously duped into clicking a malicious link.
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.
Twitter, the social networking site often mentioned alongside Facebook, has a fairly new business model when it comes to advertising. Last year, the company introduced its paid advertising model, "Promoted Tweets," and less than a year later, the company is playing it down.
Sure, faking a screamin’ Tweet or posting a phony status update may not be as bad as well (*ahem*), faking other things. And as you may have guessed, there are legions of people who are more than ready to do so to boost their collective online images.
Twitter engaged in a little show of strength over the weekend, first suspending UberTwitter, Twidroid and UberCurrent - and then reinstating them.
It’s a good day to be a geek in Detroit. It only took six days of online fundraising to bring a RoboCop statue to the Motor City.
The US Justice Department appeared in an Alexandria Federal Court yesterday to defend demands for the Twitter records of three associates of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Last week, rumors about Google or Facebook buying Twitter were swirling around the murky ether of the Internet. The rumor, originally reported by the Wall Street Journal, was rebuffed by Twitter CEO Dick Costolo at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Be wary of tweeting physicians, warns a new study, which says that many are behaving unprofessionally.
Android users can nod download a new version of everyone's favorite microblogging site, offering new feature seen for the first time in the mobile app.
Executives at Google and Facebook are reportedly engaged in "low-level talks" with Twitter about a possible acquisition of the micro blogging site.
Twitter is demanding an eight year local tax break - or else. That's right, the company is threatening to ditch the city of San Francisco for Brisbane if it doesn't receive special treatment.
We all know that the Super Bowl is about so much more than bean dip and football: the commercials.
Google and Twitter have come up with a way to let Egyptians tweet despite the country's internet shut-down.