Twitter will begin tracking what third-party apps are installed on users' mobile devices so the social media company can deliver more tailored content, including ads, the company said.
The feature, called "app graph,"
The Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (Esma), the federal agency in charge of the conformity and standards, said it has launched a new consumer service on Twitter in the UAE.
The launch took place during Gitex T
Islamic State's Twitter users, which have trumpeted the group's violent acts and worldview on the social media service, have gone abruptly quiet in past days.
Several accounts affiliated with the militant group appear to h
Twitter Inc said it plans to raise $1.3 billion by issuing convertible senior notes, its first debt offering since its market debut in November.
Twitter shares fell about 1.5 per cent in extended trading on Wednesday.
Twitter is testing a "buy" button in some tweets that allows a mobile user to buy directly from a tweet.
A small percentage of US users will be able to see the "buy" button from Monday, Twitter wrote in a blog
The surge in Twitter's stock has revived debate about whether it warrants a valuation five times that of Facebook, its biggest rival in social media.
Twitter reported on Tuesday that its active users jumped 24 percent to 271 m
Twitter's monthly active users rose a better-than-expected 24 percent in the second quarter as the online messaging service mostly succeeded in stemming a dwindling pace of growth, sending its shares soaring after hours.
India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi (@NarendraModi) has surpassed US White House account to become the fourth-most followed world leader on Twitter, with 4,981,777 followers, said a study.
Modi, who surpassed the White
Social networking company Twitter is planning to replicate parts of its India election strategy across countries that go to polls this year, after it emerged as a key tool for politicians and media companies during the world's largest democr
A Saudi sports journalist has been sentenced to three months in jail, 50 lashes, a SR5,000 fine by a Riyadh court for defaming the presidents of two Saudi soccer clubs on Twitter, a report said.
Mohammad Shanwan Al-Inizi has also