Twitter has been plugged into a Handspring Visor for some reason

In a curiosity that appeals to all seven people who still have a working Handspring Visor PDA, Gizmodo points out that developer Jorge Cohen has worked out a solution bringing…

Twitter sues Texas AG alleging political retaliation for Trump ban

Twitter isn’t happy that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched an investigation into the company after it banned former President Trump. CBS News reports Twitter has sued Paxton in federal…

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has created an NFT for the first tweet

If you’ve used social media much, then you’ve seen the first tweet ever. Sent on March 21st, 2006 by Twitter co-founder and current CEO Jack Dorsey, it didn’t say very…

Facebook, Google and Twitter CEOs agree to testify about misinformation

The CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google will soon make another appearance in front of Congress. Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai have at a House Energy and Commerce…

Twitter bans right-wing activist group Project Veritas

Twitter has once again taken action against a group for violating its rules, although this time the circumstances are very different. The New York Times and The Verge report that…

Jay Z and Jack Dorsey launch a $24 million bitcoin development fund

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey has teamed up with rapper and Tidal chief Jay Z on a new endowment to fund Bitcoin development starting in Africa and India, Dorsey…

Twitter expands government account labels to more countries

Twitter is bringing its labels for government accounts and state-affiliated media organizations to more countries. The company first introduced the labels in August, but initially they were only applied to…

Twitter defies order in India to block activists, journalists and politicians

Twitter has said in a blog post that it won’t block the accounts of politicians, journalists and activists in India, despite being ordered to do so by the Modi government.…

Twitter’s pandemic growth is slowing down

After a year when the coronavirus pandemic and US presidential election helped boost Twitter’s user base to new heights, the company is now warning that things will likely slow down…

Twitter explores subscriptions to reduce its dependence on ads

Not so thrilled about Twitter ads? Neither is Twitter, apparently. Bloomberg sources claim the social network is exploring subscriptions and even tipping to reduce its dependence on targeted ads. Multiple…