Kanye West appears to have a rough relationship with conceptions of time and history, so it makes sense that he's eradicated nearly his entire social media history.
West exposed his discomfort with people becoming mired in their past memories during
Twitter's complicated relationship with developers is about to get a whole lot worse.
That's because the company can't seem to make up its mind on whether it wants to keep third-party Twitter clients around.
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Major tech executives from the likes of Twitter and Uber have called for gun control following a shooting at YouTube’s California headquarters.
Three people were shot, one killed, after a shooter opened fire at YouTube's
Police responded to an active shooter at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California on Tuesday that left three people injured and one dead. But before police could even get a grasp on the situation, Twitter erupted with lies and misinformation.
If there's one thing unambiguously good about Twitter it's that it's not Facebook — a fact that CEO Jack Dorsey seems hell-bent on changing.
The latest assault on the very DNA of the social media platform is insidious in its seemingly
Now you can feel special too: Twitter is looking to open up its verification process to regular folk.
CEO Jack Dorsey revealed in a Periscope stream on Thursday that the company is working to expand its blue verification checkmark to all users.
Jack Dorsey is earnestly looking for answers.
In a tweetstorm on Thursday, the Twitter CEO said his company is searching for ways to root out trolling, bullying, hate speech, and political manipulation on the network. And in order to do that,
It turns out cutting back, focusing, and maybe a little Donald Trump can help make money.
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Twitter reported its first-ever profitable quarter Thursday after more than four
Bots, bots, everywhere, but nothing good to click.
As the social media networks of the world engage in a performative struggle to become good for people's well being, they have been simultaneously peppered with questions about bots on their
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