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  • Top pick Bobby Portis apologizes for old negative Bulls tweets

    It's going to be an interesting, if not awkward, first day at training camp for Bulls draft pick Bobby Portis. Fans and media combed through the Arkansas power forward's Twitter history and found some disparaging tweets about new teammates Derrick Rose...
  • Miley Cyrus celebrates transgender Chicago couple in #InstaPride campaign

    Miley Cyrus celebrates transgender Chicago couple in #InstaPride campaign
    When his fiancee told him that Miley Cyrus reached out to her on Twitter to be part of a social media campaign highlighting the transgender community, Hyde Parker Myles Brady thought they were being punked. But it wasn't a joke. Myles, 33, who...
  • Instagram announces improved features that put the focus on what's live

    Instagram announces improved features that put the focus on what's live
    Coming to you live from Instagram. The photo-sharing app announced this week two improved functions that put the emphasis on real time. The reimagined Explore page features popular hashtags and places that highlight relevant, up-to-the-minute trends...
  • Bob Hope Airport gets high marks on Twitter

    Bob Hope Airport gets high marks on Twitter
    Negative comments about the Transportation Security Administration are common among Twitter users at airports across the country, an analysis of geotagged posts from the first four months this year found. However, one airfield stands out for bucking the...
  • Warnings removed from Instagram accounts in North Korea

    Instagram appears to be back to normal in North Korea after a week of warnings on user accounts saying the popular photo-sharing app had been blacklisted for harmful content. Virtually no North Koreans have free access to the Internet or any kind of...
  • Same-sex marriage ruling: Pop stars react (and mostly rejoice) on Twitter

    Same-sex marriage ruling: Pop stars react (and mostly rejoice) on Twitter
    "EQUALITY!" That declaration, from a tweet by pop singer Adam Lambert, was among the many enthusiastic reactions from musicians Friday in response to the Supreme Court's ruling that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry in the United...
  • US working to verify evidence Yemen al-Qaida leader killed

    U.S. intelligence agencies were working Monday night to verify the strong possibility that al-Qaida's No. 2 figure, the leader of its virulent Yemen offshoot, has been killed, intelligence officials said. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity...
  • Instagram users in N. Korea warned site put on blacklist

    Instagram users in N. Korea warned site put on blacklist
    Warnings are appearing on Instagram accounts in North Korea that say access to the popular photo-sharing app is being denied and that the site is blacklisted for harmful content. Opening the app with mobile devices on the North Korean carrier Koryolink...
  • Now more than tweets: Twitter adds product and place pages to drive e-commerce

    Now more than tweets: Twitter adds product and place pages to drive e-commerce
    Social media network Twitter is testing product and place pages, a new feature that will help drive e-commerce through the platform. The feature, which is still in a testing phase and is available only to select Twitter users, lets those users group...
  • American Airlines responds to criticism on Twitter about rainbow flag logo

    Another corporation is in the spotlight for its support of the LGBT community. American Airlines recently changed its Twitter photo to a rainbow since June is pride month. The move drew criticism earlier this week from Nathan Lorick, the director of...
  • Twitter's lame-duck CEO 'over the moon' about changes ahead

    Twitter's lame-duck CEO 'over the moon' about changes ahead
    Twitter's lame-duck CEO Dick Costolo says he is leaving the company stocked with new features that will boost revenue and help make the short-messaging service useful to more people. "We have things rolling out this fall that I am over the moon about and...