A redesign of the service means people can find new content more easily, says Ryan Sarver, director of Twitter's platform. But plenty of existing users are panning the changes.
(Posted in Deep Tech by Stephen Shankland)
December 9, 2011 6:40 a.m. PT
Inadvertently or not, Twitter's redesigners are following the advice of tech impresario Sean Parker--and taking a page from Facebook.
(Posted in Digital Media by Paul Sloan)
December 8, 2011 12:47 p.m. PT
Twitter wants you to stick around a bit more. It remains to be seen if Twitter gets stickier, but if it does a business model--and potential IPO--is likely to emerge fairly quickly.
(Posted in ZDNet's Between the Lines by Larry Dignan)
December 8, 2011 1:15 p.m. PT
Twitter rolled out a clean redesign for its Android and iOS apps today, and while it might seem like only a cosmetic change, there are actually several useful tools buried in the new app.
(Posted in How To by Sharon Vaknin)
December 8, 2011 11:23 a.m. PT
The social network launches new iOS and Android apps and redesigns its Web site in a bold attempt to make itself more relevant--and, presumably, profitable.
(Posted in Geek Gestalt by Daniel Terdiman)
December 8, 2011 10:03 a.m. PT
Why do so many of us still buy cars with off-road abilities?
Cities are full of cars like the Subaru XV that can drive off-road but will never see any challenging terrain. What drives us to buy cars with these abilities when we don't really need them most of the time?