Rob Price is a technology reporter for Business Insider.
On May 22, Twitter shareholders will vote on whether to investigate a radical proposal: Turning the social network into a cooperative owned by its users.
'I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.'
A lawsuit alleges that the company has been "falsely misrepresenting" itself.
Visitors to the website who try to buy something are greeted with a GIF telling them only that the company has 'got something special in store for you,' in multiple languages.
Inspiring Your Team
'White male privilege runs unchecked,' one woman said in an email. 'The worst part is, you don't know who to trust and who you can reach out to without continued harassment and retaliation.'
Bidders include frontrunner Verizon, inventor Dan Gilbert (backed by Warren Buffett), TPG, and a consortium that includes Bain Capital and former Yahoo CEO Ross Levinsohn.
Its stock soared as much a 12 percent in after-hours trading.
The social network is tweaking the algorithm it uses to determine what posts and articles to show you to take into account the 'time spent viewing' an article as an indicator of quality.
Users are complaining about not seeing messages from since-deceased family members, people reaching out to help them, and even people contacting them to let them know their friends have died.
Andy Rubin is considering a return to the mobile game.
Aran Khanna's Marauder's Map plugin showed the location of Facebook Messenger users, accurate to within a meter.
After months of waiting, Apple's debut smartwatch is finally here. And the company has three new videos to tempt you with.
Google's operating system reaches a mega milestone.