Google, Apple, Amazon ban Twitter competitor Parler
There is some sort of social media purge going on right now. After President Donald Trump was ejected from Twitter, other platforms have followed ......
Twitter investigating hack that targeted politicians, billionaires
Twitter is investigating a coordinated social engineering attack targeting its employees which resulted in high profile accounts being compromised.
Trump threatens social media with regulation after tweet fact check, Zuckerberg and Dorsey respond
The United States President has attacked the social media after Twitter added the first fact check link to his tweet. President Trump threatened ......
Twitter's fleets are fleeting thoughts, not tweets
Twitter revealed yesterday that it has started a new beta test in Brazil. The company is testing a new features called fleets, which are disappearing tweets. ......
Twitter won't delete deceased users' accounts
Twitter has backtracked on plans to remove inactive accounts after users pleaded with the social network not to delete accounts of people who have passed away.
Twitter CEO's account posts racist tweets following hack
It is not uncommon for Twitter and other social media accounts to be hijacked and used for malicious reasons, but it is particularly embarrassing when it happens to the chief executive, and not for the first time.
Twitter has a new, simpler design
Microblogging service – or perhaps after increase in character limit, miniblogging service – Twitter has redesigned its user interface, and ......
Japanese billionaire shatters retweet record
A Japanese billionaire has broken the retweet record on Twitter after pledging to give away money.
Twitter finally succumbs, brings back chronological feed
Even the people that love Twitter the most have a few gripes with the service. One of the most common ones is of course not allowing users to ......
Twitter bans Alex Jones, Infowars over 'abusive behavior'
Twitter announced today that it too has permanently banned Alex Jones from its platform, along with his Infowars media outlet.
Twitter CEO: Platform was not always impartial
Twitter chief Jack Dorsey has admitted to U.S. lawmakers that Twitter's algorithms have not always been impartial and that the social media firm has made mistakes.
Twitter deletes 70 million accounts
According to the Washington Post, Twitter purged more than 70 million accounts from the service since May.
Twitter: Change your password immediately! Over 300M accounts at risk
Twitter has noticed a security bug that could have potentially exposed its users' passwords to hackers. Now company asks all its users to change their passwords.
Social media 'hate speech' fines come to Germany
Social media giants like Facebook and Twitter can be hit with fines of up to €50 million if they fail to remove 'hate speech' in Germany.
Twitter testing 280 character limit
Twitter has announced that it is testing a 280 character limit for tweets for selected users, doubling the ever-present 140 character limit.
Twitter shuts down Vine
Twitter has pulled the chord on Vine today, shutting down the popular video clip sharing service.
Twitter to fire hundreds of more employees
Struggling social media company Twitter is preparing to fire hundreds of more employees after they failed to sell themselves in the past few weeks.
Nobody is buying Twitter
In a span of just two weeks, Twitter went from the hottest commodity in the tech space to a company that nobody wants to buy.
Twitter CEO's account got hacked
OurMine, the group of hackers behind recent high-profile account thefts, temporarily took over Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's Twitter account, tweeting and posting a Vine clip.
Despite being banned in country, Twitter estimates 10 million users in China
Despite being blocked in the country since 2009, Twitter estimates that over 10 million people actively use the service in China.