Cyber security firm Proofpoint has uncovered a new cryptocurrency giveaway scam targeting ethereum and bitcoin, which it says uses emails and Twitter to trick victims into providing a small payment in exchange for a much larger payout, or return payment.
Social media company Twitter has reported its first ever quarterly net profit, of US$91.1 million, in the final quarter of 2017, compared to a loss of US$167 million a year prior.
With it harder to shorten words in English and express oneself easily in 140 characters compared to Chinese, Korean or Japanese, Twitter is testing the doubling of tweetable English letters.
Twitter has decided not to count usernames towards the 140-character limit for tweets when a reply is sent to a single user or a group.
Twitter has taken steps to further beef up safety for users of its services in an effort to be a “safer place” and address issues including abuse and harassment of users by others.
Twitter has linked up with Periscope to provide the broadcasting of live video from its apps on iOS and Android.
Australian global ecommerce platform Bigcommerce is partnering with Twitter to support Buy Now, a new sales conversion tool that enables merchants to promote and sell products natively across the social network’s desktop, mobile and tablet apps.
From the first tweet in 2006 through to today, you can now search through all tweets ever tweeted, which should send the flock aflutter.
Researchers from CSIRO have unveiled a new online tool called 'We Feel', which analyses the words from millions of tweets to display a real-time view of our emotions.
Global IT solutions company Pitney Bowes has sealed an agreement with Twitter to provide Location Intelligence Solutions for Twitter’s mobile platform.
The Boston bombings back in April caused a flood of information and chatter on social media, but only 20% of tweets proved accurate according to new research.
Be careful what you tweet, a San Francisco-based startup is claiming to have indexed all public Twitter posts dating back to the first tweet seven years ago.
Hillary Clinton has sent her first tweet today, and it's actually funnier than you might think.
A series of tweets by Ã¼ber content creator and empire builder Rupert Murdoch, has caused online controversy by blaming Google for helping to allow piracy to occur, while accidentally claiming universal anger at Optus when he meant POTUS Obama.
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