The owner of a San Francisco company gets a big-league shout-out from the NBA star on social media.
The actor's website is reportedly compromised with hackers posting personal identification and private photos alongside racist commentary.
Chris Hemsworth shares a photo of himself and Tom Hiddleston at their "part-time job" selling newspapers on the "Ragnarok" set in Australia.
Need to turn down the lights while reading Twitter? This feature will darken things a bit.
The company is attempting to curb abuse of its users with a new "Quality Filter."
Social network unveils new feature that lets users limit the tweets they see to only those sent by users they follow.
Technically Incorrect: It takes just a few artistic statues and one tiny statement from the New York City Parks Department to propel the notion of a naked presidential candidate.
The social network says there's no single "magic algorithm" for identifying terrorist content online.
Technically Incorrect: Michael Conlan of Ireland openly asks the Russian president how much he paid to ensure that Conlan's Russian opponent was the winner.
Because nothing personalizes a photo like a branded graphic.
Technically Incorrect: As we sit glued to the Olympics, celebrated footage of Filipino diver John Elmerson Fabriga reminds us of all three parts of so many startups' lives. All within a few operatic seconds.
Twitter has exploded with rumors that it is being killed off next year due to cyberbullying. In fact, the social network is going nowhere.
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