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.
Today, both Facebook and Twitter has announced that they will support Apple in opposing a government order that would require it to provide backdoor access to FBI in its iOS devices.
Twitter has announced a new service called "Amplify", which will allow advertisers to have 6-second pre-roll ads play before videos. This new service makes Twitter videos more appealing to publishers and advertisers.
Last week, Twitter has pushed a controversial update for iOS users, which shows "Promoted Accounts" in your main timeline. This week, the microblogging service pushed out another update to its iOS app that features responsive design tweaks, meaning iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners will see a uniform user experience across their devices.
Today, Twitter announced a new update to its iPhone app, which will show "Promoted Accounts" as users you want to follow on your main timeline. In Twitter's words, the update "will make it easier for users to track down new people to follow".
Recently, Twitter has blocked 31 government transparency-seeking accounts from accessing its developer API.
Twitter is the latest company to face sex discrimination lawsuit for following arbitrary promotion policies that unlawfully favor men.
Previously Twitter only showed ads on its site and various Twitter Clients, but this is going to change and we will be seeing ads in tweets that arent on Twitter.com or other third-party Twitter Clients.
Twitter is back online after users experienced multiple issues on both the Android app and Tweetdeck, possibly due to a coordinated hacker infiltration.
Sony has just threatened to sue Twitter if it doesn't ban the accounts that keep posting internal emails that have been leaked by its hackers.