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by Gary Sims 2 days ago4 comments

Do you use mobile payments? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 1 day ago45 comments

HTC U Ultra hands-on

by Andrew Grush 6 days ago107 comments

The very best of CES 2017

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171 articles

Twitter wants to be bought, but no-one is buying

Sources state that Google, Apple, and even Disney are all no longer interested in making a bid for Twitter, drastically shrinking the number of potential buyers.
by Robert TriggsOctober 6, 20169

Google UK Twitter account teases Cardboard news

Google UK has taken it to its Twitter account to share a taser regarding... something about Cardboard. What could it be?
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 27, 20163

Twitter wants to be bought

Sources close to the issue say that Twitter has started looking around for a buyer, and the top two contenders are currently Google and Salesforce.
by John DyeSeptember 23, 201616
by Brian ReighSeptember 19, 201621
 
 

Muzik One headphones come with built-in Spotify controls

The newly launched Musik One headphones come with built in support for Spotify controls and sharing to Twitter and Facebook.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 16, 20164

Twitter adds a “quality filter” and new notification controls

Twitter is adding a new “quality filter” to block poor quality tweets and a new notification setting to filter out tweets from accounts you don't follow.
by Kris CarlonAugust 19, 20163

Motorola throws shade at Samsung for its ‘stolen’ AOD feature

The upcoming Galaxy Note7 boasts an advanced Always-On Display feature, and Motorola took to Twitter to call it a stolen feature.
by Brian ReighAugust 18, 2016140

Twitter partners with Pepsi to push brand ‘stickers’

Twitter teams up with Pepsi to promote custom stickers for those who love brands so much, they want to put a sticker on it.
by Quinten PlummerAugust 15, 20163

Everyone will soon be able to create their own Twitter Moments

Twitter just announced "Moments" will next be opened to a broader group of creators, and eventually all Twitter users.
by Team AAAugust 9, 20161

Twitter for Android finally gets Night Mode

The official Twitter app for Android has finally received a Night Mode, making it easy to tweet in the dark without blinding yourself.
by John DyeJuly 26, 201621
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