The Super Bowl offered a great script for a blowout evening of tweeting, peaking at 231,500 tweets-per-minute during the power outage and 268,000 tweets-per-minute at the end of Beyonce's half-time show.
The good news was that total monthly active users jumped to 241 million. The bad news: the growth ain't what it used to be, and Twitter's design is partly to blame.
Company's fourth-quarter growth leaves competitors in its dust, according to a new report. However, iPads buoy the figures.
Subscription services such as Spotify and Rhapsody can tell their critics to put a clamp on it. In 2011, revenue jumped 13 percent to $241 million, even as overall music sales rose barely at all.
Government is supporting the development of new feedstocks for ethanol to ease dependence on corn.
According to a new report, the tech giant is aiming to sell 16 million Windows tablets this holiday season. Maybe its alleged $405 million retail Windows marketing budget for fiscal 2014 will help.
As NBN Co reports an annual loss of AU$903 million, an updated roll-out map and ready-for-service plan show significant delays, with some suburbs' dates removed altogether.
The social network goes after more ad sales with a unit meant to be effective for marketers and ideally enjoyable for users.
We're launching a Spanish-language CNET sister site, and this is who will make it happen.
The company beats analysts' estimates as it reports its first-ever quarterly and full-year earnings, but all is not rosy in Twitter-ville.