Elon Musk will let people who pay for Twitter Blue send tweets of up to 10,000 characters
Twitter appears to have called time on its free API and it's caused a lot of apps to break.
Twitter's legacy blue checkmarks remain for some, while telling who paid for theirs just got harder.
Twitter says its For You page will no longer recommend tweets from non-verified accounts.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew found himself in front of a congressional hearing recently. And he answered some of the most inane questions he'll ever have to listen to.
Twitter is going to remove all legacy verified checkmarks starting April 1, meaning the only way to get verified on Twitter is to pay for it.
Snapchat is putting its Snapstreak Restore feature behind a paywall but at least you'll be able to do it from the app.
TikTok will be banned from UK government phones as security concerns over the Chinese-owned app continue to swirl.
Meta is giving up on NFTs, ending support on Facebook and Instagram, once considered a big part of its metaverse-tied rebrand.
Facebook Messenger's Inbox is coming back to the Facebook app for the first time in almost a decade.
TikTok says that it is offering new features that could help control how much time teens spend in its app.
Twitter has put the SMS-based two-factor authentication system behind its Twitter Blue paywall.
A new inside report has revealed Elon Musk flew straight to Twitter HQ from the Super Bowl, demanding engineers fix his engagement after a tweet by Joe Biden got more likes than his.
Apple has kicked the Damus app from the Chinese App Store after the country's Cyberspace Administration demanded its removal.
Senator Michael Bennet says that Apple and Google should kick TikTok out of their app stores because it collects data on Americans.
Elon Musk and others are locking their Twitter accounts to private in order to test a circulating theory that making your account private drastically improved engagement.
Instagram has rolled its Notes feature out across Europe, allowing ephemeral text and emoji notes to be posted to people's inboxes.
Twitter has confirmed it is "enforcing its long-standing API rules" about third-party APIs like Tweetbot.
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