Images that purport to be the rumoured small iPad have popped up online, and there's no rear camera.
The microblog is apparently testing a mobile feature that would map tweets posted by Twitter users, whether you follow those users or not. Privacy advocates take note: it seems to be opt in.
With ever-increasing restrictions on online activity, Chinese authorities are trying to make Internet service providers act as Web police for the government.
Twitter acquires the simple blog platform, a rival to Tumblr, but discloses no terms of the deal.
Twitter envisions itself displacing the canonical water cooler for TV discussion; now it just needs to make some deals.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says mobile usage and revenue are outpacing the desktop Web version of the microblog, and that he doesn't concern himself about an IPO.
Pownce, the hosted Twitter-alike service Six Apart acquired last year, re-emerges as free, open-source app for Web developers called Motion.
Yammer's hosted model is built for the future, but Presently's software can be downloaded today.
Twitter's recent failures prove the value of the service as well as why it needs to be distributed beyond just one brand of microblogs.
Socialtext has a new service that lets companies run a Twitter-like microblogging service out of their offices using hardware that works behind the firewall.