Users of Twitter's official Android and Tweetdeck applications have reported problems this morning.
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The move comes just weeks after Twitter told users that it planned to begin collecting the data in order to make the content they see more individualized and interesting.
If you watch YouTube content on your Apple TV then there are changes coming your way, one of which is that you'll start seeing ads.
Under the auspices of a 'more personal' experience, Twitter has announced that it will collect information on other apps installed on smartphones, unless users opt out.
The two companies are planning to integrate Twitter data into enterprise apps, Watson as well as various industry specific uses.
French bank Groupe BPCE has announced that it will allow its customers to transfer money using tweets, signalling a move into new potential revenue streams for Twitter.
The button will allow Twitter users to complete an entire purchase within Twitter apps for iOS and Andriod, while also giving brands a new way to make sales.
Namo Media helps app developers add native advertising to mobile apps. Twitter plans to integrate the company's technology into the MoPub platform.
A New Zealand security consultant has used a man-in-the-middle proxy to mop up all SSL traffic related to the App Store, updates, iCloud data, and traffic from apps that use certificate pining, such as Twitter.
Facebook still leads the way for non-profits that want to use social media leaving Google+ trailing far behind according to a new report.
It is often difficult to regain trust and improve perception after a social networking site has angered its users. We look at six companies that have made decisions which have stained their brand image.
Twitter closes the end-user privacy gap in third-party apps that connected to its API in plaintext.
Twitter users on Windows 8.1 should check out this app ASAP. Tweetium is one of the best Twitter apps on any mobile platform.
The Reform Government Surveillance group, an alliance between eight major technology firms, aims to persuade the U.S. government to stop undermining the privacy rights of the general public.
The American business magnate isn't keeping quiet about what he thinks the iPhone maker should do next.
Create a message and stick it out there in the social sphere. Sounds simple enough, doesn't it? But a social media strategy might now be relevant, given that each network has its own purpose.
It's Google's toy -- they get to choose whether to stop playing with Microsoft and run home to mommy. That's business, people...!
Google and Microsoft are at it again. The just-released and jointly developed YouTube app for Windows Phone is now being blocked by Google.
An officially Google-sanctioned YouTube app for Microsoft's Windows Phone is finally available for download from the Windows Phone Store.
It looks like Microsoft wasn't kidding about their new "rapid update cadence" for Windows 8.1. A new batch of updates for the preview release arrived yesterday via Windows Update, including a much-needed fix for Twitter and other apps that had noticeable scrolling problems.
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