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.
President Barack Obama had a little fun today on Twitter despite spending most of his time talking about serious topics such as the looming fiscal cliff and middle-class tax cuts.
President Barack Obama will hold a "town hall" meeting at 2pm Eastern on Twitter to respond to a number of questions posed to him on the social network about middle class tax cuts.
Every December 1, the world takes a day to raise awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS and its prevention. Here's what Bill Gates and others are doing to help.
A company's best, most educated, and highest-paid staff are continually trolling on Twitter for a better job. They're not actively looking for a new job, just keeping an ear to the ground in case one comes up.
Imagine you could post a tweet which your followers view, engage with, watch video in, listen to audio in, and get detailed information about five or six related details ... all without leaving Twitter.
The most mobile-centric properties in the world are two you probably wouldn't immediately expect: Pandora and Twitter.
For small businesses, Twitter's offer of $100 free advertising credits might be a nice Thanksgiving weekend present.
Unfortunately, sending a tweet about the Microsoft Surface via an Apple iPad isn't the most convincing way to make an endorsement.
The little-known company that provides high-end revenue lifecycle management software for Twitter and Facebook is now offering the same technology for the little guy.
From Odeo and podcasts to a hackathon and the first seeds of what would become a globe-spanning social network, the Twitter creation story is perhaps the best-known example of the now-legendary startup pivot, the change that makes all the difference.