In the latest blog post, Twitter has announced its plan to increase the Tweet character count from 140 to 280 characters.
Twitter has announced that you will no longer receive notifications of replies to conversations started by people you have blocked or muted.
Twitter has launched an official application process so that any account can be verified and receive a verified blue badge.
Cyanogen OS 13.1 that id tolling out to OnePlus One owners include a number of ‘mods’ for Microsoft apps as part of their partnership.
Iraq has blocked access to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter in its country, making citizens turn to Hola VPN service to access blocked sites.
Twitter has announced that it will soon relax its 140-character limit by not counting Media, links, and @replies, giving users more characters to play with.
Twitter has finally updated its Mac app to 4.1, which brings many of the features that are available only in mobile version.
Apple started using a new Twitter account dedicated to Apple News to promote their News App and to spotlight featured stories from the app.
In an interview with NBC’s “Today” host Matt Lauer, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey finally confirms that the 140-character limit in tweets is staying.