Potentially annoying if you have a huge number of Twitter followers that respond to your tweets, a new notifications system will inform users when a tweet is replied to, retweeted or marked as a favorite tweet.
Likely to cause significant discussion among the Twitter community, the social network has started pushing out a site redesign that brings the site more in line with Facebook and Google+.
Why President Barack Obama poses for selfies as often as a teenage girl, we may never know. However, what’s clear is he objects to corporate sponsorship for his up-close and off-kilter snapshots.
The Turkish government has blocked Twitter after damaging allegations of corruption among close associates of the prime minister continued to appear on the social media site.
Despite things failing to work out for Twitter with its #Music app, the company appears determined to make a go of it in the music space, with a report Wednesday suggesting the company will launch a new strategy in the coming days.
Twitter's latest update offers more options for users who like to include photos in their messages – you can now add up to four to a single tweet. The ability to tag individuals in photos has also been introduced.
You might soon know for sure just how many people read your tweets — Twitter is testing a new 'view count' feature, and has also announced it's stopping the development of Twitter #Music.
If you, like me, have published an ungodly number of tweets over the years, scrolling back to find out what your very first ever tweet was is about as tedious as building a sandcastle one grain at a time. But now, thanks to a new Twitter tool, you can zip back…
Twitter is testing a 'Fave People' feature that allows you to gather together your favorite Twitter users in a special timeline that'd sit alongside Discover and Activity, offering quick access in no more than a couple of swipes.
Twitter's CEO is visiting China this week reportedly to "learn more about Chinese culture and the country's thriving technology sector," though his trip is bound to spark speculation that the micro-blogging service is looking to re-enter the market.
Sina Weibo is one of several Chinese sites planning a U.S. IPO after successful launches for Facebook and Twitter in the last couple of years. The company is hoping to raise $500m in investment.
Definitely a stupid way to land yourself in jail, a Los Angeles man thought it would be an absolutely brilliant idea to ask for retweets from his Twitter followers by promising violence as the payoff.
In an effort to make its service increasingly attractive to advertisers, Twitter is testing a click-to-call button in sponsored tweets enabling users to quickly and easily respond to ads offering, for example, special deals at places like restaurants.