Music streaming service Deezer has teamed up with Twitter as the latest partner for music streaming and discovery through Twitter Audio Cards.
With a single tap, the Twitter Audio Card lets you discover and listen to audio directly in your timeline. It works on mobile with both iOS and Android devices, so you can tune in on the go wherever you are.
As we bid farewell to the 2016 #Olympics, we wanted to take a look back at how the event performed live on Twitter. Throughout the #Rio2016 Games, fans around the world turned to Twitter to cheer for thrilling victories, engage with athletes, see highlights, and share in the live experience.
Here’s a summary of how it all unfolded, both globally and for @TeamGB..
The Rio 2016 Olympic Games begin this Friday with the #OpeningCeremony at Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and fans around the world can stay close to all of the action on Twitter, Vine and Periscope. Here’s your how-to-follow guide.
Twitter Emojis and key accountsThe best way to stay close to the Olympics conversation on Twitter is by following the official hashtag, #Rio2016, and these official accounts:
It was an unprecedented day for UK politics - and the live conversation on Twitter is still roaring.
The intense political debate saw 6.4 million Tweets about the EU Referendum (#EUref) sent from 7am when the polls opened on Thursday, to 10am on Friday as the nation reacted to @David_Cameron’s resignation speech.
You can now have access to a longer WiFi connection for free at St Pancras International Railway Station, thanks to a partnership between Twitter and Wifi metropolis (@wifimetropolis), the internet service provider at St Pancras International Railway Station.
Starting today (June 14th), WiFi users at the station will be able to enjoy a faster, simplified, sign in faster experience, and surf the internet for 4 hours for free.