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Twitter Gets Flexible On 140-Character Limit

05/16/2016, Earlier in the year, there were whispers of Twitter actually allowing 10,000 character tweets, but it looks as though that is not going to happen anytime soon. Rather, those who make full use of Twitter and would like to have a wee bit more wiggle room in...

Periscope Testing Allowing Users To Save Their Broadcasts

05/05/2016, Unlike YouTube where you can always revisit old videos, the whole point of Periscope to stream live videos on the spot, meaning that if you miss it then that’s just too bad. This is fine we guess if you did not put much effort in your streams, but if...

Twitter’s New Connect Tab Helps You Find People To Follow

05/03/2016, Twitter today announced that it’s introducing a new Connect tab that’s going to make it easier for users to find new people to follow. The Connect tab will be populated with recommendations based on where users are located, major events on...

Periscope Will Now Let Broadcasters Sketch During Live Streams

04/11/2016, About a week ago, we reported that Facebook Live had been updated with some new features. We also reported that one of the upcoming features was the ability to allow users to make sketches and doodles on live streams as they take place, but it turns out...

Twitter Introduces A New Way To Share Tweets Privately

04/05/2016, Twitter has been working to improve the Direct Message feature and today it has introduced a change that brings an easier way for users to share tweets privately. Starting today users will notice something new on tweets, it’s a Message button, the...

Twitter Aids Visually Impaired With Image Descriptions

03/29/2016, Technology is certainly meant to aid people rather than to make encumber them and bog them down with little details and make life inconvenient. Having said that, the blind and visually impaired “read” through the Braille system, where we have seen the...

Microsoft’s AI Chatbot Becomes Racist, Has To Be Unplugged

03/24/2016, Microsoft introduced a chatbot yesterday called Tay. The company was running an experiment in conversational understanding, meaning that the more people interacted with the artificial intelligence-powered chatbot the smarter it would become. I don’t...

Twitter Testing Feature To Allow Users To Add Stickers To Photos

03/23/2016, A couple of years ago, Facebook launched an app called Stickered that basically allows users to add stickers to their photos. This is similar to what other apps have done such as LINE, and now it looks like Twitter wants in on the feature as well,...

Facebook And Twitter Reportedly Interested In Streaming Live TV

03/18/2016, While TV stations and other more conventional methods of watching TV used to rule back in the day, these days with people becoming increasingly connected and mobile, streaming platforms have shifted to the internet, onto our computers, and our mobile...

Twitter Sticks To 140-Character Limit

03/18/2016, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey made an appearance on The Today Show today in order to celebrate the micro-blogging company’s 10th anniversary. While he made his way to the stage, Dorsey also confirmed to The Today Show’s host Matt Lauer, citing that...

Twitter Puts A Stop To TweetDeck For Windows

03/17/2016, Twitter has introduced a change which will make life easier for those who tend to switch between its desktop application TweetDeck, as well as its website. How so, you ask? Well, users will no longer need to log in to TweetDeck in a separate manner. In...