in with the smart and out with the stupid -- Twitter search, that is.
Twitter temporarily took down YourAnonNews, a popular account belonging to hacktivist group Anonymous.
Wonder what your first tweet was? Now, you can finally find out.
Twitter's nest of users has passed 200 million, and the social network is showing no signs of slowing down.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom played a dicey game of semantics in order to expedite the close of the deal between his company and Facebook.
It's one small step for Twitter, one giant leap for the legitimacy of second-screen data for marketing purposes.
Twitter CEO promised earlier this year that users will be able to access their own tweet data.
Guest Post While it may seem like a great idea, focusing all your attention to build a presence on a single social network could actually be a huge risk.
It's not exactly a tit-for-tat swap, but around the same time Instagram photos were stricken from the Twitter experience Pinterest pins started appearing inside tweets.
Twitter just released new data about its user interactions from 2012 -- all on a brand new website.
We don't need no stinkin' Instagram! Twitter takes photo filters into its own hands.
Twitter will roll out its bigger and bolder profiles to all users on Dec. 12.
Well that didn't take too long: After Instagram officially cut off its photo integration with Twitter today, one developer has already created a Chrome extension that reverses Instagram's change on your desktop.
And the mobile photo wars continue.
Twitter is reportedly aiming to release photo filters to be used inside its official Twitter app in time for the holiday season.
AllThingsD reported the news, citing sources familiar with the matter.
The move comes right after Twitter’s fast-growing competitor …
In a move that's just short of waving a big blue flag with an "F" on it, social photo sharing service Instagram made a decision to de-emphasize its relationship with Twitter recently.
Time to brush up on your shorthand, because come February, you're going to have two less characters to tweet with when you share links on Twitter.
Twitter has added localized trends for 100 new cities, improving its capability to show people the buzziest news and hashtags being discussed on the information network in locations around the world.
Twitter's new calendar of upcoming API changes will help developers avoid nasty surprises.
There's more of just about everything in Nielsens' 2012 state of the social union report ... all except the poor old PC.