Twitter has had a rough year—and it’s only February. Following the departure of four executives, the company is looking for any good news to ride into its earnings call on February 10. To drum up enthusiasm about the service, Twitter is now extending a basic feature it rolled out early last year as part of it’s…
Ever think of a tweet someone sent weeks or months or years ago, but you just can't find it? Now, according to Wired, Twitter will let you search for those forgotten 140-character messages, without going elsewhere.
You there! Hooligan! How much to retweet that tweet about butts in our weekly print periodical? Twenty-five dollars, you say? Sold!
After quietly testing out its handy new analytics dashboard just over a month ago, Twitter is officially opening the service up to the rest of the world. And the results can be—er, kinda depressing.
Today is Twitter's 8th birthday and it got you a gift. With Twitter's new First Tweet tool you can look back at your (or anyone else's) first tweet without hours upon hours of scrolling. We took the liberty to round-up a few of the best and worst from some noteworthy tweeters.
Given the amount of inane gibbering that fills your Twitter timeline, it can sometimes take an age to scroll through all that... insight. But what if it was a real, physical, thing? How far would you actually be scrolling?
iOS 7 came out today, and obviously Twitter was there as always give insightful/snarky commentary. Here are the best thing people had to say about the software update in 140-character form:
Twitter's trialling a new "Embedded on these websites" notification system, which shows a list of articles that appear in popular tweets. That means you can quickly see the sources lurking behind a post—which is kinda neat.
Twitter never tires of finding clever new ways to show off its mountains of tweets, it's going literal with actual mountains of tweets. Twitter's in-house data visualization scientist Nicolas Belmonte put together these new, interactive, topographical maps of tweet history, and the result is a digital mountain range…
The Netflix-only fourth season of Arrested Development went live at 3 a.m. EST this morning, and if you didn't see the Twitter deluge coming, well, you're one of these people:
A quick tweet can blast through Twitter like wildfire. All it takes is a click of a button and anyone can help push that 140 character shout just a little further through cyberspace, until everybody knows. This is what it looks like when that happens.
Bloomberg's terminals—used by 90,000+ sites and social media channels—will start integrating finance-oriented tweets.