Twitter says that an outage yesterday wasn't, as rumored, caused by an overload from Olympic traffic.
It seems like every other commercial you see on TV now includes a line that says "visit us on Facebook or Twitter," and asks you to "download our app for iPad or Android!"
This year, the Olympics will be all about social media.
Following in Google's foosteps, Twitter has for the first time produced a Transparency Report, showing that the US government requested more user information than any other in the first half of this year.
Twitter's apologised for the fact that its site was unavailable yesterday, blaming a 'cascading bug'.
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Twitter's improving its Expanded Tweets, allowing more content to be previewed from within tweets.
Apple's reportedly planning to ditch Ping, its social network for music, in the next release of iTunes later this year.
Pakistan once again blocked access to Twitter over the weekend because of concerns over blasphemy.
In fewer than 140 characters, Twitter has ended months of pressure by announcing that it's to join the 'Do not Track' initiative.
Twitter says it's investigating how nearly 60,000 user logins were posted online - but says the hack's not nearly as bad as it looks.
Twitter is standing up for one of its users and challenging a court order to hand over his data.
Steve Martin and Kim Kardashian drove the breaking of the news of Osama bin Laden's death.
Twitter's seized the moral high ground by giving control of its patents to its staff, and promising never to become a patent troll.
Civil liberties organizations have kicked off a week of Internet-wide protests against the proposed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA).
It's being reported that Twitter also had eyes on the social platform that was recently acquired for $1 billion.
In just a few short months, a new name in social media has taken everyone by storm.
In an attempt to get rid of the flood of spam across Twitter, the company's filed a lawsuit agaisnt several companies it says are some of the worst offenders.
No, Paul McCartney and Jon Bon Jovi are not dead, they’re both alive and well, but somebody’s trying to kill them off in cyberspace via Twitter.
Twitter is buying blogging company Posterous, in a deal that seems targeted at the company's engineers, rather than its product, and could see Posterous Spaces closed down.