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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Gay-assault suspect is suspended from hospital job

    Gay-assault suspect is suspended from hospital job
    While the three suspects in the assault of a gay couple in Center City were awaiting arraignment Wednesday, an affidavit revealing new details about the incident emerged, as did social-media postings by one of the accused that contain anti-gay sentiments....
  • Twitter working on targeted ads for movie buffs

    Do you tweet about your favorite movies or follow a movie's Twitter account? Soon, Hollywood studios will be able to market directly to you on the microblogging platform.  Twitter said it is working on targeted ads for movie buffs, similar to the...
  • Murray disappointed over Scottish independence Twitter row

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, who was abused on social media for tweeting his support for Scottish independence last week, was disappointed over the matter but did not "regret giving an opinion" he told the BBC on Tuesday. The...
  • Interview: Jordan Knight pictures life as a teenage boy band in 2012

    Interview: Jordan Knight pictures life as a teenage boy band in 2012
    Imagine if the five members of New Kids on the Block — who sold more than 80 million records in the 1980s and ‘90s thanks to their hits “Hangin’ Tough” and “Step By Step” — were coming up in today’s...
  • How 'Scandal' Paved the Way for ABC's Twitter-Based '#TGIT' Marketing Strategy

    ABC hopes to power Shonda Rhimes' takeover of Thursday night this season with an army of Twitter followers. The network aims to build on "Scandal's" template by promoting the night with the hashtag "#TGIT," to focus fans on talking about "Grey's Anatomy,...
  • Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out

    Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - In the hype-fueled technology industry, "revolutionary" is a word in danger of losing its meaning. But Apple Inc's new mobile payments system - unveiled just ten days ago - is already winning over the heavyweights of the financial...
  • Islamic State's soft weapon of choice: social media

    Wedged between tweets last week about Britain's economy, kilts and "The Simpsons'" Groundskeeper Willie was a Twitter message in Arabic that included the hashtags "#Scotland" and "#ScotlandDecides." But a link within the tweet's 140 characters wasn't...
  • 'How To Get Away With Murder' Cast Talks About Joining 'TGIT' in Shondaland

    In Shondaland, the population keeps growing. The "How To Get Away With Murder" cast joined the actors from executive producer Shonda Rhimes' two other ABC shows -- medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" and political-twisting "Scandal" -- Saturday night at the...
  • Apple customers discover unexpected flexibility in iPhone 6 Plus

    Apple customers discover unexpected flexibility in iPhone 6 Plus
    Apple iPhone 6 Plus buyers have discovered an unexpected quirk in their new phones: they bend when placed in back pockets. "Bendgate," as the issue has already been dubbed on social-media sites, is a reminder of 2010's "antennagate," when iPhone 4 users...
  • New 'Bash' software bug may pose bigger threat than 'Heartbleed'

    New 'Bash' software bug may pose bigger threat than 'Heartbleed'
    A newly discovered security bug in a widely used piece of Linux software, known as "Bash," could pose a bigger threat to computer users than the "Heartbleed" bug that surfaced in April, cyber experts warned on Wednesday. Bash is the software used to...
  • A tale of Twitter, parodies and police

    A tale of Twitter, parodies and police
    For as long as there has been Twitter, there have been parody accounts. U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, to the pope, public figures often find themselves the subject of these impersonations. Most have come to accept them as...