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Another courtroom battle has started with BlackBerry suing Twitter over allegedly infringing on six of its patents related to messaging.
The consequences? A fairly large cut in monthly wages and demotions. All for a tweet that wasn't just a simple mistake, but tipped the political tide.
Okay, this stuff happens. Most workplaces don't really care about what your personal phone is and we do a lot of work on them. But this fail was odd.
The Galaxy F gets a few new views while an iPhone X explodes after a software update. Also on our show, why you should buy a Mac Mini and iPad Pro together.
Believe it or not, Jack Dorsey does have his reasons for putting the edit button on skids despite a voracious crowd wanting it so badly.
Also on our show, Qualcomm is batting up at Apple while hoping to get back together with it and the executive crises at Facebook.
After years of vocal complaints from what Twitter may consider a minority, it seems that it has relented in giving users control of their timeline.
It goes out from Cupertino live at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. And, if what Apple suggests pans out, it should be easier than ever to watch the event.
A new Samsung device may be coming this year with four rear-facing cameras that won't be the Galaxy S10 or the Galaxy F foldable smartphone
In a recent set of Tweets, President Trump accused Google of rigging search results. The White House will look into the matter.
We get model numbers for the new Apple Watch Series 4 devices that are coming next month along with some images provided by Ben Geskin
Barack Obama swapped his phone out every 30 days and did not have easy access to Twitter, a selfie camera or microphones. Donald Trump is all against that.
Twitter is using one of Android's newer support libraries to bring its own emoji to life on its app for all major Android versions.
Following Apple's example from a couple of years back, Samsung, Twitter, Google, Facebook and Microsoft have recently or will soon replace the pistol emoji with a squirt gun.
They're giving away pre-owned iPhones along with a year of service to three lucky people who want to talk up the carrier.
You can add another tweet to the one that you started and keep it going until you finally complete your thoughts. Then, send it all to Twitter.
67 percent more likes and twice as many retweets for longer tweets. Turns out you can turn on a whole bunch more people by chucking in a sentence.
Dom Hofmann, one of Vine's three co-founders, is spending his own money to make a new version of the video sharing service.
Select users are now testing a feature that can create a thread of tweets in just one sitting. And this feature, for iOS and Android, was spotted earlier.
Twitter is done dodging controversy over account verification, deemed broken by CEO Jack Dorsey himself. Meanwhile, you can now lengthen your display name.
No longer limited to 140 characters, the general population of Twitter users now has access to a larger cap. This after a six-week trial period.
If you've always wanted to come back to a tweet, but didn't want to have to sort through your feed or likes or DMs, relief is in sight.