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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Twitter changes direct messages: Now you can chat with strangers in private

    Twitter changes direct messages: Now you can chat with strangers in private
    Twitter made a big change today to direct messaging, one of its core features. Also known as DMs, now you can opt in to receive direct — or private — messages from anyone. Previously, you needed to establish a mutual connection with the...
  • Researcher denied airline flight after tweet about hacking

    United Airlines stopped a prominent security researcher from boarding a California-bound flight late Saturday, following a social media post by the researcher days earlier suggesting the airline's onboard systems could be hacked. The researcher, Chris...
  • New video-streaming apps turn TV stars into phone friends

    New video-streaming apps turn TV stars into phone friends
    "Scandal" star Joshua Malina has a brand-new video gig. So do "Today" weathercaster Al Roker, "NBC Nightly News" anchor Lester Holt and CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter. Now viewers can catch a glimpse of them, along with such programs as "Late...
  • Kansas football staff goes online to improve Jayhawk brand

    LAWRENCE, Kan. On a winter day back in January, David Beaty clutched a cell phone and pulled up the Twitter account of a mostly unknown high school quarterback from Florida. In another era, Beaty may have needed to draft an official recruiting letter on...
  • Target takes aim at Latinos with new marketing campaign

    As singers croon in Spanish during a new television commercial for Target, three generations laugh around the dinner table long after the food has been cleared away. This is sobremesa, a common practice in Latin cultures of lingering after a meal to...
  • Pew Research Center: Teens still use Facebook

    Remember those declarations that teens are done with Facebook? Think again. Facebook remains the most used social media site among American teens ages 13 to 17, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. And, surprisingly, boys visit the site...
  • Social media users react to 'Sabado Gigante' ending

    Social media users react to 'Sabado Gigante' ending
    What will people do on Saturday evenings? That’s the biggest question in social media as people react with shock that "Sabado Gigante" is ending its 53-year run. Times writer Yvonne Villarreal wrote, "The campy show, which has aired for 3,000...
  • Coming to the Festival of Books: Bruce Eric Kaplan

    Coming to the Festival of Books: Bruce Eric Kaplan
    Bruce Eric Kaplan, the author and illustrator of a new memoir, “I Was a Child” (Blue Rider: 193 pp., $25.95), simultaneously holds two of the most coveted day jobs on the planet. He's a TV writer (he has worked on “Seinfeld,”...
  • Coachella story on Snapchat garnered over 40 million views, CEO tweets

    Coachella story on Snapchat garnered over 40 million views, CEO tweets
    Snapchat hasn’t revealed many usage statistics over the last year, but Chief Executive Evan Spiegel let out a little tidbit Monday, saying that more than 40 million users watched the Coachella “Our Story” on the social media app over the...
  • Study: Mario Balotelli heavily targeted on social media

    When Mario Balotelli poked fun at Manchester United on Twitter during the team's surprising 5-3 loss to Leicester in the Premier League, the Liverpool striker would have expected some disgruntled replies. What Balotelli received, though, was a torrent of...
  • How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news

    How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news
    As reported in the New York Times, Facebook may start directly hosting the content of various news websites, starting with the New York Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic. What this means for Internet users is that instead of seeing a summary of an...