Technically Incorrect: He might pose as a tech expert. But even the best make mistakes. Having signed up for Twitter, Edward Snowden gets buried in e-mail notifications from followers.
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 partners with three e-commerce companies to make the button more widely available to attract more users.
The social network is working on a new product that would give users a way to post longer Tweets, according to a report.
When millions lose access to their cousin's friends' birthdays Thursday morning they turn to Twitter to ease the suffering with humor and a few great GIFs.
Facebook will capture nearly 65 percent of all social ad spending worldwide in 2015, says research firm eMarketer.
Usage of the photo-sharing service bought by Facebook in 2012 jumped 25 percent in the past year, with most of its users based outside the US.
Just in time for Wednesday night's presidential debate, the social network teams with mobile-payments company Square to let US users give money to campaigns via a tweet.
Chris Sacca tweets again about the social network's slow CEO search. He still wants interim chief Jack Dorsey to take over permanently.
More than 50 new icons are coming to Apple's emoji keyboard. Meanwhile, Pope Francis gets his own emoji app to celebrate his visit to the US.
For the links of six popular sites, the HoverCards extension lets you see a preview and the option to view a slide-out panel instead of a new tab or page.
Technically Incorrect: The Mexican drug lord who escaped through a tunnel may have been compromised by his own flesh and blood. And technology.
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