The microblogging site may break the 140-character limit and allow for up to 10,000 characters per tweet.
The microblogging site inked a deal to show live tweets in Times Square on New Year’s Eve — guaranteeing a huge global audience.
Imgur Ramps Up Advertising With Promoted Posts As Brands Hope To Mine Internet For Millennials, Men And Memes
The internet’s home for viral GIFs and humorous memes is ramping up its advertising efforts. Most users don’t seem to mind.
Bernie Sanders is far ahead of Hillary Clinton — at least on Twitter.
Republican Presidential Hopefuls Target Encryption And Silicon Valley In CNN-Facebook Debate On National Security
“We need to recognize that technology has moved on,” said former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on stage at the CNN-Facebook debate Tuesday.
Paris, San Bernardino Terror Attacks Spur Bi-Partisan Calls For Monitoring Social Networks Like Twitter, Facebook
Proposed legislation, calling for tech industry cooperation with government on anti-terror efforts, was prompted by events in Paris and California.
A decade ago, the co-founder of the global social network was “just setting up my twttr.” Now, after returning to the company, he's tasked with turning it around.
The social network’s new feature for curating tweets is rolling out to U.K. Twitter users, two months after its U.S. launch.
The social network will soon require users to download an app called Moments if they want to use automatic photo sync.
Anonymous-messaging app Whisper has gained attention among young users and, recently, big-name advertisers.
“EVE: Valkyrie” will be included in all pre-orders of Facebook’s VR headset for consumers.
Snapchat Outranks Instagram As Fastest-Growing Social Network For American Millennials: Harvard IOP Poll
The disappearing-message app outranked Facebook and Instagram as adding the most users this year in a poll released Thursday.
As CEO Mark Zuckerberg's company targets emerging markets in Africa and Asia, offerings like the slower-speed app released Wednesday are considered key.
The social network, which now has 50 million active pages, announced several new features that will make it easier for millions of businesses to reach consumers.
The social network and other tech companies have supported user privacy, but that could change to some degree after the president's speech on Sunday.
Major companies -- including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner -- argued Friday that the FCC has overstepped its bounds on Internet regulation.
Yahoo Inc. may be cut up and sold -- with its popular little social network perhaps attracting the most interest from potential buyers.
The social network is extending its live video feature to some users in the United States.
The app offered a Live Story called "California Shooting" and showed photos and videos from San Bernardino.
Social networks allow anyone to publicly voice suicidal thoughts. How do they respond when users are in distress?
In a letter to their new daughter, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife pledged to give away Facebook shares valued at $45 billion.
Snapchat publishers can now share content on Facebook and Twitter.
In the wake of Friday's shooting at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs, Colorado, security has been increased at clinics around the country.
However, the National Security Agency and law enforcement can still collect phone records and social media data.
Among the questions an appeals court will examine Dec. 4 is whether the Federal Communications Commission has the authority to regulate the Internet.
The dam’s collapse on Nov. 5 led to at least 13 deaths, 11 people missing and released an estimated “20,000 Olympic swimming pools of toxic mud,” according to the U.N.
Several thousand protesters blocked the city's high-end stores on Black Friday after a newly released video depicting the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald, 17.
Mao's Letter Auctions For $100,000 On Sothebys, Adding to China Community Party Leader's Growing Spotlight
The auction is the latest in a series of conversations around the former chairman of China's Communist Party.
Hervé Falciani, a former HSBC employee who leaked the information of over 130,000 clients, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
With TV Deals and 'Star Wars,' Black Friday 2015 Brings Annual Fare Of Madness In Stores Despite Online Movements
Despite the continuing rise of online commerce, big deals drew hordes to brick-and-mortar retail stores across the U.S.