Last night, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers after the referees blundered an important call. Today, the Twittersphere and other social networks are buzzing loudly about the replacement refs and calling for the NFL to bring back the pros.
Twitter is stepping up its ties with the entertainment industry by eying some high-profile media executives for spots on its board of directors.
Twitter might be considering a replacement metric for follower count that more accurately measures how influential users are.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone has asked millions of Twitter users to submit inspiring photos, which he will use as inspiration in a short film that he'll direct under the tutelage of Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard.
Editor's Pick The handy utility If This Then That (IFTTT) recently announced the end of its Twitter integration. Fortunately, there are workaround.
If this, then that. It's the mathematical reasoning behind IFTTT, a technology service that triggers automatic connections between web services. It's also a formula that spells trouble when "this" has anything to do with "that" company, Twitter.
Editor's Pick Today, devs are getting the same level of access the Library of Congress got when it started archiving and storing all Twitter data. Only this time, it's commercially available.
Editor's Pick Twitter CEO Dick Costolo made a fluffy and flustered appearance on The Today Show Tuesday morning to introduce the masses to the all-new, more personal, more consistent Twitter.
Twitter released two new updates this morning, making user profiles much more visual and updating the Twitter experience on mobile with a new photostream widget.
"Please keep your questions focused on Techonomy," one of the media handlers said.
Guest Post With the newfound success of LinkedIn's news feed, Twitter has a huge new competitor with the potential to swamp them, particularly in one critical area. And, it is all of their own making.
iPhones hear the name "Charlie Miller" and run, Siri screaming her mortal fear. Now Twitter employees will hear the name "Charlie Miller" and will know their hacker coworker is securing the company's mobile apps.
Despite months of fighting a subpoena from a New York criminal judge, Twitter released a backlog of tweet messages from an Occupy Wall Street protester.
If Facebook is about what you did yesterday and Twitter is about what you're doing right now, UpTo is about what you're planning to do tomorrow -- and sharing with those you actually know.
Editor's Pick Jack Dorsey confessed something on stage here at Techonomy Detroit today: He hacked into the world's largest dispatch company's email system in order to get a job.
It's like that ABC show Wife Swap, but with developers instead of wives and probably a bit less awkwardness and drama. Probably.
"I never wanted to be an entrepreneur," Jack Dorsey revealed during his keynote at at DisruptSF to an audience of technology entrepreneurs. He dreamed of being a surrealist artist, a tailor or a sailor. For him, entrepreneurship lies at the intersection of all these childhood dreams.
Guest Post I own a startup. It’s called Twythm. It’s cool. It lets you share what you’re listening to on social networks -- and we use Twitter as our main social network for sharing. But as you may have heard, Twitter is rolling out many new changes to its API access and Twitter services.
Guest Post Twitter’s API restrictions have already hemmed in LinkedIn and Instagram; the latest tech giant to fall victim to the changes is Tumblr, and some say Flipboard might be the next.
Dun dun … dun dun … dun dun. The wait for Twitter's app-threatening API changes is over.