After years of speculation, it appears that Twitter did actually develop a messaging app of its own. But, two caveats, it was intended for emerging markets and it was killed off before ever being released to the masses. That’s according to a report from BuzzFeed, which claims the app was developed by Twitter’s emerging markets team … More Twitter reportedly developed, then killed off, a messaging app for emerging markets
How well do you know your Windows key shortcuts in Windows 10? If you need a cheat sheet, Microsoft has just published one that you can download and print. While Microsoft already offers online documentation on keyboard shortcuts, the format of the page can be difficult to sift through. Fortunately, Microsoft now offers an offline … More Cheat sheet! Microsoft releases printable Windows 10 key shortcut list
The San Francisco-based social network said Tuesday that users will be able share longer videos as well as see longer-form videos on Vine, its short-looping video service. Twitter is making it easier for its users to create longer videos and to track who’s watching them. Twitter Previous video uploads were limited to about 30 seconds, … More Twitter goes long(er) with users’ video uploads
On April 15 Twitter will end support for the app, which lets users create a dashboard for managing multiple accounts simultaneously. The microblogging site said Thursday that though support for the Windows app will end, users will still be able to get the same experience from the Web version. The move is geared toward “enhancing … More Twitter to close the door on its Windows TweetDeck app
Even if you don’t own a Tardis bed you can still travel to Sleepy Town with help from this beautiful “Doctor Who” bedding, available exclusively at ThinkGeek. Get cozy underneath the Doctor Who microfiber comforter set, decorated with the Tardis, as well as the time spiral from the Twelfth Doctor’s title sequence. The set also … More Sleep like a Time Lord with ‘Doctor Who’ bedding
The tech world loves its symbols. And few are more symbolic than Twitter itself. This immediate barometer of the world’s charm pulsates 24 hours a day with everything that everyone needs to have an opinion about. Well, when I say “everyone,” I mean a relatively narrow band of media types, PR people and others who … More Twitter’s new heart: What’s to like?