The power of the internet to affect real lives was demonstrated recently when Twitter helped reunite a dog with his Irish owner.
Twitter is attempting to combat trolling and hate speech on its micro-blogging service, which could see a difficult balance between removing offensive material and maintaining freedom of speech.
Sina, a prominent Chinese media company that runs a Twitter-like microblogging service (Weibo), has announced new rules for its users that threaten to end the relatively open, anonymous discussion of issues through their service.
Twitter responded to a recent massive dump of usernames and passwords, saying that many of them were duplicates or banned spam accounts.
Facebook is to file an initial public offering request worth $5 billion today, a move which will set it on the road to becoming a public company.
Everyone has rights to free speech, and you can tweet whatever you want on Twitter social networking site. As Twitter expands its reach to other countries, it seems like the company may be introducing censorship due to content restriction in some countries.
Korean actress Han Chae-young was recently criticized on Twitter for flaunting her wealth when she posted a New Year greeting to her fans, with a picture of her driving a luxurious car, even though that was not her intention.
Twitter has acquired web security firm Dasient, which could result in a more secure micro-blogging service with fewer malware messages.
Are you still using the old Twitter interface which has now been dubbed by many as 'Old Twitter'? Well, if you are, you might want to actually start getting used to the new interface which the popular microblogging service has rolled out way back last year; the company has confirmed that it plans to upgrade
If you are the proud owner of an Android-powered smartphone who cannot afford to pass a single day without getting your daily fix of Twitter on your mobile phone, today will definitely be a very good day to hit the Android Market and update that Twitter app currently residing in your smartphone to the latest
Rumours may be a good source of information at times, but there can also be cases whereby certain rumours may be nothing more than hoaxes with the potential to adversely affect the reputation of individual people or even huge companies. And in this case, the unfortunate victim of a recent rumour is none other than
ad:tech Singapore 2011 enters its fourth year today where brands, agencies and publishers come forth to share new ideas, new technologies and know-hows on the digital front. Leading agencies like BBDO/Proximity, Grey Group, Starcom, Dentsu, Omnicom, Hakuhodo and major publishers such as Financial Times, Wall Street Journal Asia, Bloomberg are listed as participants of this event.
Renowned hacker group LulzSec who has caused Sony lots of woes in the past few weeks, has recently posted a huge list of usernames and passwords including admin/webmasters from porn sites, as well as government and military emails. According to reports, LulzSec is planning to hack Brink servers for online multiplayer first-person shooting game by Bethesda studios.
Twitter may be a great way to inform friends about what one is currently doing in the form of short text messages, but is its service safe enough? That is a question you will have to ask yourself, especially after the popular service had been compromised yesterday by a hack which exposed users to pop-ups