A tweet containing computer code has propagated itself through Twitter by taking advantage of a security flaw in the company’s TweetDeck application.
Using Twitter got a South Florida teenager in major trouble with Miami Police. In fact, he’s now charged with a third-degree felony and could face up to 5 years in prison or a $10,000 fine.
New challenges are likely to emerge following the revelation that a U.S. government-funded program set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba.
Disney Parks will once again continue the tradition of an all-night extravaganza and guests are invited to show their “Disney Side” by dressing as their favorite hero or villain.
Former Miami Dolphins offensive guard Richie Incognito’s self-imposed banishment from Twitter lasted only a few days before he started back on the social networking site with a vengeance Monday night.
A wrong way driver who hit and killed two Coral Springs women last week was driving the wrong way for at least two miles on the Sawgrass Expressway and swerved to miss more than 20 cars and trucks before the deadly collision, an eyewitness to the crash told CBS4 News in an exclusive interview.
Movie director Spike Lee is looking to get a federal negligence lawsuit against him thrown out. The lawsuit was filed by Elaine and David McClain who were forced to leave their home after the director tweeted their address and said it belonged to George Zimmerman.
Many of us know Twitter for a place to get live up to the moment blurbs on what is happening around the world. Now, Twitter, a privately held company, has finally laid itself bare in documents that read more like a treatise than a tweet.
The biggest question surrounding the news that Twitter has filed for an initial public offering may be will the stock sell for less than $140. All kidding aside,Twitter’s IPO will be the most anticipated technology IPO since Facebook went public.
Politicians have been learning the hard way in recent years that social media is not without its pitfalls, even if it’s the accounts of staffers. The latest politico to have to deal with a social media problem is Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez.