By Joshua Barajas
A new Twitter feature could let users exceed its current 140-character limit.
When authorities asked the residents not to tweet details about the #BrusselsLockdown in case it would tip off the enemy, people began tweeting cat photos instead.
By Jaclyn Diaz
Talk to the man who is walking across the world. Join PBS NewsHour and National Geographic as they co-host a Twitter chat with Paul Salopek, 1 p.m. EST Friday where he'll answer your questions about the Out of Eden Walk.
By Larisa Epatko
Conflicting preliminary reports came out about the crash of a Russian airliner, Turkey had snap elections, and a change on Twitter made some users unhappy. See how much you know about the week’s international news in our 5-minute quiz.
By Colleen Shalby
Twitter has removed their star icon -- meant to allow users to “favorite” a tweet -- and replaced with a heart, or what Twitter is calling a “like.”…
By PBS NewsHour
Yahoo is working on streamlining its strategy, while over at Twitter there's a new permanent CEO. What’s making these tech giants adjust how they do business? Hari Sreenivasan talks with Jon Kelly of Vanity Fair.
The U.S. Senate has scheduled final votes next week to pass a bill that would permit companies to share information about hacking attacks with each other and the government without fear of lawsuits. But several big tech companies, such as…
While the Democratic presidential candidates were busy debating, the GOP presidential hopefuls were busy tweeting their reactions and not so subtle disses.
By Colleen Shalby
Of the more than 150,000 tweets mentioning #NoBraDay that have surfaced over the past day, roughly 10 percent make any mention of “breast cancer,” the reason for the hashtag altogether.
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