Twitter and social media might even replace the role of press conferences for Donald Trump, says Candy Lee at Northwestern University.
Twitter isn't hitting the metrics it needs to, says Patrick Moorhead at Moor Insights & Strategy.
Twitter chief technology officer Adam Messinger has decided to leave the company and "take some time off," he tweeted on Tuesday.
Twitter CTO Adam Messinger says he is leaving the company, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
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Donald Trump takes a swipe at former President Bill Clinton for comments he made in a recent interview, then mocked Hillary Clinton's campaign.
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Russia has shut down whole segments of cyber space to punish or threaten countries, NBC News reports.
Farhad Manjoo, NYTimes Tech reporter, discusses Donald Trump and his presence on Twitter. Roger McNamee weighs in.
The President-elect's tweet in response to China stealing a US Navy drone included a misspelled word.
In an op-ed, the Global Times newspaper says Trump is not behaving like someone who will become 'master of the White House'.
Twitter, Facebook, Apple, Google, IBM, Uber and Microsoft have refused to hand over data to build a database of Muslim-Americans, Recode reports.
The leaders of tech were close-mouthed about their meeting but this is what went on behind closed doors, Recode reports.
The social media platform has doubled its user base in two years.
Twitter was refused an invitation to attend the tech meeting with Trump due to its refusal to allow a #CrookedHillary emoji.
CEO Jeff Bezos said the company successfully delivered its first package to a customer in the Cambridge area of England in 13 minutes.
The platform is allowing its users to go live without having to use Periscope.
Snapchat has quietly rolled out a group messaging function as it adds more features to challenge Facebook's platforms.
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with Snowden in a live question and answer session.
Though tweeting helped the president-elect win the election, there's no seat at the gilded table for Twitter's CEO, Recode reports.