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Founded Mar 2006
Headquarters San Francisco, CA, USA
Website twitter.com

Latest Twitter news

  • Social media advertising pointless

    Huge numbers of companies are running extensive marketing campaigns based on social media but more than 62 percent of US respondents said Facebook, Twitter and other social networking site, do not have any influence on their product purchasing decisions.
  • UK spooks don’t need a warrant

    Charles Farr, director general of the Office of Security and Counter-Terrorism, told PI that Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and web searches on Google, webmail services such as Hotmail and Yahoo, are classified as "external communications", which means that they can be intercepted without the need for a
  • Hackers take a pizza de action

    Using Twitter the hackers said that they would publish the customer data on the Internet unless the company pays $40,800.
  • Ballmer becomes motivational speaker

    Ballmer said he was in awe of the co-founder of Twitter and founder of Square, Jack Dorsey. He said the guy's life proved that point of view creates opportunity.
  • Apple nicked our name

    A company called HealthKit took to its Twitter account recently to say that it was "feeling annoyed" over the same-name issue, asking "@tim_cook r u aware of this?
  • YouTube online again in Turkey

    Erdogan's ban on Twitter fell flat just two weeks after he imposed it on March 20, and while YouTube is once again accessible, Turkey's Telecommunications Directorate (TIB) has refused to lift web restrictions.
  • Google wants to stop white male dominance

    Apple, Twitter and Amazon have also been criticised lately for a lack of women or people from ethnic minorities in high positions.
  • Apple too slow to fix hole in iCloud

    Hacker AquaXetine took to Twitter today to announce that Apple was "soooooooo toooo late" to fix the problem.
  • Twitter surrenders to the Turks

    It appears that Twitter has crumbled before the Turkish government and will censor any allegation of corruption which appears on the site.
  • Navy sailor hacked from aircraft carrier

    Nicholas Knight told ABC news that he was in trouble for posting all of the stuff on Twitter.
  • Paypal exec leaves after offensive tweeting

    Agrawal said he had already resigned and given the company his two week notice before going onto Twitter. He later apologised for the inappropriate tweets and said they were intended to be direct messages, blaming the blunder on a new phone.
  • GitHub boss quits after sexual harassment scandal

    Horvath responded to the announcement on Twitter said that "Bullying someone into quitting: Illegal," "Pushing women with strong opinions out of your company because they disagree with you is wrong" and "Leaving GitHub was the best decision of my life
  • Google+ bloke quits

    Google+ has over 300 million users, but it has not managed to draw users away from Facebook or Twitter.
  • NYPD Twitter PR backfires

    PR spinners at the New York Police Department are probably considering new careers after an attempt to make police officers "more human" after a Twitter campaign backfired incredibly.
  • Twitter lets Turks censor it

    It looks like Twitter has given up trying to fight the Turkish government and will ban citizens from talking about government corruption.
  • US mayor cracks down on Twitter satire

    A US mayor has decided to use his police force to attack anyone who mocks him on Twitter.
  • Apple Iphone 6 pictures leaked

    A photo originating from a Chinese equivalent of Twitter Sina Weibo claims to show off the front panel of Apple’s next generation iPhone 6.
  • Teens lose interest in Facebook

    Munster said that in the last six months interest level in Facebook went from 27 percent to 23 percent, Twitter 31 percent to 27 percent, Instagram 27 percent to 30 percent.

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