The microblogging service will name co-founder and interim CEO Jack Dorsey as its new chief this week, according to a report. His first job: getting more people to tweet.
The social network is working on a new product that would give users a way to post longer Tweets, according to a report.
Modi, one of the world's most tech-savvy politicians, will join Mark Zuckerberg to discuss a variety of subjects, including how communities can address social and economic challenges.
Following the lead of other tech heavyweights, Twitter shares its plans for hiring more women and minorities between now and 2016.
The microblogging site aims to compete against Facebook, Apple and Google for developer mind share.
The company's stock falls to an all-time low after last week's report of near-standstill user growth.
The new webpage comes in the midst of greater concerns about threats and harassment on the microblogging site.
Experts debate what's next for the struggling social network after it warns investors not to expect substantial user growth anytime soon.
The microblogger's executives say they have no idea when they could see "significant" additions to its monthly active users metric.
The live-stream video startup adds compatibility for the GoPro action cam, ramping up competition with Twitter's Periscope.