Twitter is being sold to Disney.
You could say it in less than 140 characters: Twitter may be for sale, according to the latest speculation on Wall Street reported by both Reuters and CNBC.
Twitter debuted longer tweets today, the latest update to the microblogging social network that has struggled to attract new users – and retain the ones it already has.
‘Chatbots are the new apps,” said Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella earlier this year. He was not the first senior tech exec to make this claim.
Instagram has introduced a feature that allows users to block abusive or offensive comments on photos.
Facebook has lost a legal bid to prevent a 14-year-old girl from suing the company over a naked picture of her that was posted on a “shame page” on the site as an act of revenge.
Why doesn’t anyone want to buy Twitter? After the company’s board met on Thursday, it told CNBC that there were “no bids on the table” and that instead it was exploring cost cuts – an announcement that drove another sell-off in the stock and pushed it down 6%, as shareholders who had hoped to see a September swoop from a tech or media company were disappointed. On Friday the shares were changing hands at around $18 – 20% down this year and well short of their float price of $26 three years ago.
Facebook has decided to allow users to share an iconic Vietnam war photo featuring a naked girl after CEO Mark Zuckerberg was accused of abusing his power when the social media company censored the image.
There may be speculation bubbling about potential buyers for Twitter, but Michael Pachter said the company isn't going to be taken over anytime soon.
Support is to cease for two prominent Vita applications
Twitter has warned a number of users that they may have been the target of a state-sponsored attack.
Nobody knows if a bottom is in sight for turbulent Twitter shares.
Twitter’s much-loved 140-character limit is “staying.”
Twitter has been forced to lock millions of users’ accounts after 33m purported account details were posted for sale on the dark web.
Twitter has made it easier for anyone to apply to get a verified user account - but it does not mean everyone would get a coveted blue tick mark.
Miley Cyrus did it, Lily Allen refused to do it, one London gym started offering lessons in it. And on Tuesday twerking – the frenetic, buttock-wiggling dance – also topped Google's list of the trends that Britons were trying to discover the meaning of online this year.
Facebook is to trial “reactions” options for users responding to content, proving that merely being able to “like” something was somewhat limiting the human emotional spectrum.
Facebook has taken another step toward its goal of making it easier for brands to reach customers and drive sales on mobile devices.
In the wake of the US presidential election, almost everyone agrees that misinformation is a problem.
Facebook has developed censorship software in an effort to get China to lift its seven-year ban on the world’s largest social network, according to reports.
The Twitter account of the social media service's CEO Jack Dorsey was briefly suspended on Tuesday evening before coming back online.