A lot has happened in the data privacy space since the release of our last #transparency report back in January. As we’ve noted, we believe the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact.
The birth of a baby into a royal family has always generated global interest. It’s no different in our 24-hour news era. So when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the birth of their first-born today
Twitter has long been a staple at conventions. You can keep up with speaking schedules, network with attendees, or live-tweet your thoughts during a keynote. But when that conference happens to be Comic-Con (#SDCC), Twitter suddenly fills with zombies, superheroes and dancing robots.
Baseball is all about statistics: ERA, OPS, BABIP. So how about some Twitter stats from last night’s All Star Game? In total, there were over 1 million Tweets about the game, with a peak of 23,000 Tweets per minute for Mariano Rivera’s relief appearance.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | By Robin Tilotta (@rob_blog), Partner and Mobile Marketing Team [19:49 UTC]
The BlackBerry community has spoken, and we’ve listened: Today we’re releasing a feature-rich update for BlackBerry 10 that helps you connect more seamlessly to the people and topics you care about. And since BlackBerry users asked
Wednesday, July 17; 9:00 p.m. ET
Sports lovers can follow @ESPYs and #ESPYS for all-access coverage of ESPN’s one-night celebration of the best athletes and moments in sports. @ESPYs will provide behind-the-scenes photos and Vine videos of
People use Twitter to connect to the things and people they care about. Today, we’re making that even easier with a coordinated update for seven different apps: Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, twitter.com, mobile.twitter.com and TweetDeck.