Twitter Is Going To Start Tracking What Other Apps Are On Your Phone

Twitter is starting a new program called App Graph that tracks all of the other apps people have on their phones. You might be wondering why Twitter cares if you’re a Candy Crush fiend or if you also use Instagram. It’s because Twitter follows the ABT school of sales: Always Be Targetin’.


How To Delete Your Old Tweets Now That All Of Twitter Is Searchable

The news that Twitter has made its entire archive searchable may have caused you to cheer loudly or break out in a cold sweat. If it’s the latter, don’t panic just yet — locating and deleting your old tweets isn’t too difficult. Read on to find out how to take advantage of Twitter’s newly expanded search capabilities and erase those old embarrassing tweets if you need to.


Twitter Expands Its Search To Include Any Tweet Ever Tweeted

Ever think of a tweet someone sent weeks or months or years ago, but you just can’t find it? Now, according to Wired, Twitter will let you search for those forgotten 140-character messages, without going elsewhere.


Twitter's Instant Timeline Will Give Newcomers Pre-Loaded Feeds

Out of all the big social networks, Twitter is definitely the most confusing and least intuitive for newcomers. Twitter knows this, which is why it’s introducing Instant Timeline to make it easier for novices to play catch up.


Speed Limits, Skybridges, Paint: What's Ruining The World's Cities This Week

New York City takes a big step to save lives on the streets, but not everyone wants to slow down. And Twitter’s proposing a way to keep its employees separated from the regular people of San Francisco, at least while they’re at work. It’s What’s Ruining Our Cities!


Twitter Emojis Are Now Open Source

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what about an emoji? The official stance: Free. Twitter has announced that after a project to make their emojis more readable on the web, it’s now making them completely open source — which means you can expect to see them in all the varied nooks and crannies of this here internet.


Twitter Takes Another Teeny Tiny Step Toward Becoming Facebook

Twitter tweaked its website design today to move the status bar where you compose a tweet a couple short inches from the right-hand corner to the center of the page. And guess what, it looks just like Facebook now.


These Pictures Of Sushi Floating In The Space Are Truly Awesome

If someone thinks that by mixing awesome with awesome the result is going to be something different than pure awesome, he should check Space Sushi out: A bizarre Twitter account (and Tumblr) devoted to pictures of sushi floating in the space. Is there anything more awesome than that?


Why Ello's Plan To Stay Ad-Free Can Actually Work

I want to believe in Ello. It’s a cheeky little startup with idealistic ambitions and a haunting logo and the promise of no ads. What’s not to like? Well, a few days ago, Ello revealed its grand plan to stay ad-free, and, honestly, it sounded at first like total bullshit. But it’s not.


Photos: Melbourne Had An Insane Lightning Storm Last Night

If you were anywhere near Melbourne last night, you could have been fooled into thinking it was the end of days playing out in the skies above your fair city. A lightning storm of biblical proportions wreaked havoc on the city last night, destroying a house and damaging power infrastructure. As the sun rises on a city still mostly intact, people are sharing some amazing photos of what they saw.


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