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In 2013's most highly anticipated tech filing, Twitter offers the public a first detailed look at its financials. An IPO could happen within weeks.
Chief scientist Abdur Chowdhury and board members Fred Wilson and Bijan Sabat add to a growing list of key staffers abandoning the popular microblogging service in recent months.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET News for Friday, September 16.
Twitter says it will use the desktop service to help commercial users track conversations across the social network, in a deal reportedly valued at about $40 million.
The microblogging service has agreed to acquire the Twitter desktop client preferred by many of the social-media service's most active users, according to a CNN report.
Twitter is reportedly in talks to acquire the desktop client for about $50 million--two months after it was (perhaps erroneously) reported to be sold to another company.
Rumors of the acquisition are confirmed via a video interview of Twitter founder Evan Williams posted to TechCrunch.
Some say it's true. Some say it isn't. But what we know for sure: a virtually unknown blogger has reported that the microblogging service might be trying to solve some of its many problems by acquiring a search service built on its API.
Two new services act as artificial heart and lungs for Twitter.
Twitter launches its own BlackBerry app and acquires Tweetie to form the basis for its iPhone app. This dramatic shift in the company's once hands-off approach has ticked off some developers who are afraid they'll be squeezed out.