Ever since the Google+ beta launched a few weeks ago, obsessive social networkers have complained about the lack of Facebook integration preventing users from cross posting between sites.
Even though Twitter hasn't made any declarations about a potential IPO or even hinted of the possibility of going public any time soon, our favorite micro-blogging client may soon be valued at around $7 billion.
PayPal UK's Twitter account was taken over last night by a disgruntled customer who took the opportunity to post a few choice words about the company.
A new version of Pearltrees is now live for eager social curators on the 'Net.
The Secret service is looking into the hacking of Fox News’s political Twitter account.
Google Realtime Search, which incorporates results from the Twitter firehose, is down, after the company's deal with the micro-blogging site expired without being renewed.
The Feds are looking at exchanges between Twitter and UberMedia.
Pretty much no one has an excuse for not being on Twitter now.
Twitter founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams are planning to revive Obvious - the technology incubator that led to the creation of Twitter.
A hacktivist and an unknown number of accomplices managed to briefly knock MasterCard's website offline in a DDoS attack earlier this morning.
In 2012, athletes at the London Olympics will be able to blog and comment on Twitter. They just better not do it for money.
Twitter is reportedly mulling plans to integrate promoted tweets directly into its feeds. If implemented, you probably won’t have to follow a particular brand or user to see a paid-for, promoted tweet in your feed.
Lulz Security has denied that a senior member of the hacking group was arrested by UK law enforcement officials.
In the wake of Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (D-NY) nudie pic scandal on Twitter, tweeting seems to have dropped significantly amongst lawmakers in America.
Twitter has finally solved one of its biggest problems.
Sina Weibo, China’s answer to Twitter, is "actively preparing" to launch an English version of its popular microblogging platform by the end of 2011.
French broadcast media are to be prevented from mentioning Facebook or Twitter on air - even to direct their viewers to their own sites.
The French have banned the words "Facebook" and "Twitter" on TV and radio.
Instead of issuing a press release or holding a media briefing, Shaquille O'Neal announced his retirement from the NBA through Twitter.
An Oakland man whose laptop was stolen in March has finally got it back - courtesy of Twitter.