AT&T and some other companies learned quickly on Wednesday, the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, that it’s sometimes best to stay out of the conversation. Even if everyone else is talking.
Check out the this brutal compilation of Tweets Redskins fans sent to John “Cakes” Auville last night, as it became clear he’d burned them with his “Jinx” again, by predicting the Skins would “cruise 31-17″ prior to their 33-27 loss to the Eagles on Monday Night Football.
Bette Midler wouldn’t normally be expected to trumpet her opinion on who should be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve.
The more Twitter activity there is about a political candidate, the more likely they are to win their election, a new study finds.
Now trending on the social media network: #Obamacarehitsongs.
Bahrain deported a U.S. citizen working as a teacher in the gulf kingdom over what it described Saturday as her “radical” writings on Twitter and websites as the government cracks down on dissent the country.
The Twitter war between the Nats and Braves, sparked by Bryce Harper getting beaned by Julio Teheran, only served as the linchpin to a greater meltdown seen throughout the league last night in baseball. Facepalms all around.
In this day and age, maybe it figures that a good ol’ fashioned baseball brawl would take place in the Twitterverse instead of on the diamond.
Twitter is handing down new rules to control abusive language, the company said Saturday, a move which follows a barrage of nasty, harassing, and threatening messages directed at high-profile female users of the microblogging site.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is apologizing after hackers posted racist messages on the department’s Twitter account as well as that of chief Kevin Davis.