In the name of context, the information network now points you to news articles where tweets are embedded.
The 300-year-old Lord of Patience statue from the parish of San Bartolo Cuautlalpan has been X-rayed, revealing a mouth full of actual human teeth.
Google's video site has a subscription-music service coming. Its leaked offer to independent labels confirms YouTube's terms.
A Home improvement corrects for a major oversight and lets Android users organize their apps.
The digital-music subscription service trims its work force by 15 percent, or about 30 employees, including its president.
Along with a complete redesign of its mobile and Web interfaces, Twitter has released a new option to embed tweets in third-party sites, like blogs. Here's how to use the new feature.
Last but not least, the iPhone version looks and acts like the overhauled desktop and Android versions of the social-networking service.
NYTimes figures out who Fake Steve is.
Twitter is now transparently telling users when a tweet is "withheld" on copyright grounds, rather than all-out deleting it.
The online video site will compete with the likes of Pandora and Spotify by kicking off its own online music service later this year, says Fortune.