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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Best Buy apologizes for tweet joking about 'Serial' murder mystery

    Best Buy publicly apologized Thursday for a controversial tweet that referenced "Serial," the popular podcast about a homicide that allegedly took place in the parking lot of one of the company's stores. Best Buy has since erased the tweet from its...
  • Kobe Bryant, LeBron, others have right to join conversation about race

    Kobe Bryant, LeBron, others have right to join conversation about race
    Fans are fickle when it comes to athletes and social causes. Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods  and others have been routinely ripped over the years because they chose to stay on the sidelines whenever there was a call to raise a voice for a social cause....
  • BitTorrent brings file-sharing protocol to Web browsing

    BitTorrent brings file-sharing protocol to Web browsing
    Could BitTorrent turn out to be an Internet service provider's best friend? Half a dozen years ago, the popular file-sharing protocol was nothing but a headache for ISPs as broadband users filled their connections with torrent files (most often,...
  • Teen posts own mugshot on Twitter, claims it's 'cute'

    Teen posts own mugshot on Twitter, claims it's 'cute'
    So-called "hot" or "cute" mugshots have become a thing thanks to social media, but unlike many others, the latest viral mugshot was an act of self-promotion.  Alysa Suguro Bathrick, an 18-year-old from Raleigh, N.C., tweeted her booking photo on Dec. 1....
  • Slacker Radio enlists Tyler Oakley, other YouTube stars as station DJs

    Slacker Radio enlists Tyler Oakley, other YouTube stars as station DJs
    YouTube stars who’ve been diversifying by acting in films, authoring books and selling clothing now have a new occupation to try out. Pandora competitor Slacker Radio plans soon to invite any social-media star to be the deejay of his or her own...
  • Instagram says it has 300 million users, will begin verifying accounts

    Instagram says it has 300 million users, will begin verifying accounts
    Instagram now has more than 300 million users worldwide, making it bigger than Twitter. The popular photo-sharing app announced its latest user figures in a blog post from Chief Executive Kevin Systrom on Wednesday, saying users share more than 70...
  • Use your brain: Think before you tweet

    Use your brain: Think before you tweet
    It might be time to change that old adage, “Think before you speak,” to: “Think before you tweet.”  Social media has become a mecca of foolish behavior and idiotic opinions. Take Marisa Martin, for instance, a University of...
  • Google named best company to work for; Twitter falls off top-50 list

    Google named best company to work for; Twitter falls off top-50 list
    All that gourmet free food, on-site laundry and yoga classes are paying off: Google has landed the No. 1 spot in an annual ranking of the best companies to work for. The Mountain View, Calif., tech giant won the top prize on Glassdoor's seventh annual...
  • Tigers deny report they want to spend 'big' on Scherzer

    SAN DIEGO, Calif. Mike Ilitch is not on Twitter. He is 85 years old. But if the longtime Tigers owner was on the social network site, and if he followed follow ESPN baseball reporter Buster Olney, he might have read these tweets Tuesday afternoon from...
  • 'The Newsroom' generates controversy after rape story line

    'The Newsroom' generates controversy after rape story line
    Aside from widespread viewer ambivalence over the quality of Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama "The Newsroom" and an unexpected Emmy for star Jeff Daniels, the series has had a mostly uneventful three-season run. And with just one episode to go -- the series...
  • Stop sharing fake things on social media – please!

    Stop sharing fake things on social media – please!
    Once upon a time, the only places we'd see fake stories were at supermarket checkouts. You either knew or you didn't that what's in those tabloids is a joke, and how you reacted was up to you. Gone are the days when you sneaked a peek at this utter...