It's a happy birthday to Twitter today and, to celebrate, it's built a tool to help you find all those awkward first tweets.
Oops! The social network says it was wrong when it sent an e-mail to many users saying that their passwords had been reset in response to a security issue at another site.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt was caught using Motorola's upcoming smartphone in the wild. The Moto X is expected to be a highly customizable device.
The two-step process means you'll have to enter a code that gets texted to you, as well as your password.
The micro-blogging site says users can now view enlarged photos right on the page, and also incorporates videos into photo galleries.
Microblogging site posts job opening for a software engineer to develop security features, including multifactor authentication.
Greencrest Capital argues that the company's management changes, along with its valuation, strategic moves, and mobile revenue, all indicate it plans to go public next year.
Nielsen and Twitter have signed a multiyear contract to create a new ranking for TV shows -- one based on social-media activity.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Daniel Terdiman discuss the revelation that Twitter founder Jack Dorsey created the micro-blogging site in just two weeks. And how did Terdiman learn of this news? From a tweet, of course.
Contextual understanding of content is key for businesses. Tools like Tweetdeck help make sense of Twitter.