It started with a 24-character message on a quiet Tuesday evening in San Francisco. Twitter has exploded from its humble beginnings in 2006 to become the rapid-fire social network at the heart of major world events.
Twitter said Thursday it has filed for its long-awaited initial public offering - and, predictably, Twitter went crazy with the news.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who was once a fierce champion of companies staying private, said going public isn't so bad after all.
Google has won local government approval to build its new U.K. headquarters next to King’s Cross train station in London.
The last time it trended was April, but this Twitter hashtag is back with aplomb and features Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
Twitter users will now be able to report individual tweets for abuse or spam in an attempt to clamp down on online harassment.
The New York Times said its website has been taken down, in what was likely an external attack Tuesday, according to Eileen Murphy, VP of corporate communications.
Twitter is making a big move into e-commerce, pushing to diversify its revenue ahead of an expected initial public offering.
Are we one step closer to unwrapping the mystery of a viral video success?
Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo have accused US film studios of attempting to resurrect the Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa), which was defeated in Congress in 2012.
A study released by Facebook says users are ditching "laugh out loud" in favor of other laughter expressions.
The National Football League will distribute about 100 clips a week on Twitter, including highlights and instant replays — about twice the content the NFL distributed in its previous deal with the social network.