Twitter may not want to be seen as a media entity, but when news breaks and traditional media outlets are not around — as in Texas and Turkey — it quickly becomes the only media source that matters
Could Twitter let you replay the big moments from important events if you missed them live? CEO Dick Costolo said the company is giving it a shot.
LinkedIn is the latest web company to add two-factor authentication to protect a user’s password and account. But is that really the best companies can do?
HootSuite is rolling out new functions for its enterprise clients to help them avoid getting hacked on Twitter. But the new features do create another question: why can’t Twitter itself take a stronger stand in protecting user accounts?
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo thinks Apple is his spirit company, news organizations shouldn’t fear Twitter, and that engineers need room to experiment.
Google Reader was doomed to fail from the very beginning: the company never really believed in it and it took big effort on part of a small team to make it work. Chris Wetherell, original creator & part of the Reader team reflects on past & the future.
Twitter has appointed a new CTO Adam Messinger, his Twitter bio indicates and AllThingsD first reported, showing that the company is moving forward in selecting top leadership.
Twitter has switched up two top executive positions, moving the company’s former chief financial officer to become chief operating officer, and implementing the former Zynga chief financial officer into that role at Twitter. The changes come as Twitter works to monetize and solidify its growth.
Twitter is finally rolling out header profile pictures for all users beginning on Wednesday, forcing over the change that will put large, horizontal photos on profile pages and make Twitter look much more like Facebook as the two sites continue to compete for user attention.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says the most powerful feature of Twitter is the way it can show us what others watching the same event are thinking, and that the best use of this feature is as a companion to a televised event like the Olympics.