Unlike Bing, Google has largely avoided social integration in its search results. This may be changing soon, however, as Google is reportedly going to start embedding tweets in the near future.
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After experimenting for a long time, Twitter has finally decided to fully adopt Microsoft's Bing translation engine and allow users to translate tweets that are in different languages.
Twitter is rolling out one of its new major features, which highlights 'the best' tweets that were shared while users were offline. It's a step towards a new Twitter and that's a mixed package.
If you're a French citizen and have a bank account, starting tomorrow you'll be able to transfer money to anybody with just one tweet. This is available thanks to partnership between Twitter and BPCE.
Following Microsoft's relaunch of MSN.com, it has now introduced a new breaking news banner with Twitter on its homepage, which shows tweets from trusted sources as major news events are developing.
Twitter has announced that a record-breaking 388,985 tweets per minute was reached during the final moments of the World Cup's Brazil v Chile game; over 16.3 million tweets had been sent.
Twitter has seen a sudden explosion of malicious tweets from compromised accounts using third party apps and services over the last 24 hours, with thousands of users apparently affected.
Twitter Alerts has launched in the U.K. and Ireland, with 57 organisations, including police forces and government agencies, signing up to share critical information quickly when it is needed most.
Twitter is planning to experiment with tailored ads, beginning in the United States and spreading the idea elsewhere if it proves successful. Oddly, they also explain how to get out of tailored ads.
MySpace Tom has been very active on Twitter lately and has been answering a lot of tweets that have headed his way, one of which has sparked quite the response from tweeters worldwide.
Ever wanted to download an archive of all your tweets? Although the new feature has rolled out to a very small group of users, it will be generally available before the end of this year.
Ever wanted to send a tweet by e-mail without resorting to a Twitter client? In the coming weeks you will be able to e-mail a tweet from the website to anyone, whether that person uses Twitter or not.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says that the company is working on a way to let its users download all of their older posts in a file, but didn't say when that feature will launch.
LinkedIn has announced that, due to tighter restrictions put in place by Twitter, LinkedIn users won't be able to publish their Tweets to their LinkedIn profile anymore.
Klouchebag does exactly what it says on the tin: measures just how much of a Klouchebag you might be on Twitter.
A high school senior was expelled for using a school computer to post tweets containing swear words, despite those tweets being made to the student's personal account, in the middle of the night.
A student who made racially offensive comments on Twitter about footballer Fabrice Muamba, who suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed during a televised match earlier this month, has been jailed.
Twitter celebrates its sixth anniversary today with word that the service now has over 140 million active daily users and generates over 340 million "tweets" a day.
With the fifth anniversary of the launch of Twitter on March 21 fast approaching, the social networking site has released a few statistics to illustrate the site's phenomenal growth. In a blog post, Twitter's Carolyn Penner...
Twitter’s analytics team posted a blog entry about how well they are performing, in terms of how many “tweets” there are at any given time. The Twitter team said that they are seeing 50...
TIME has officially released their Top 10 Lists for 2009. The standout winner is the Motorola Droid, which was voted the number one gadget of the year. This is what TIME had to say about...