Man Blames Stress For Seizure-Inducing Tweet To Dallas-Based ReporterThe criminal complaint was filed in Dallas in December by Kurt Eichenwald, a Newsweek reporter with epilepsy who lives in the area.
Sharers Rather Than Authors More Important On Social MediaThe person who shares a news story on social media is more important than the story's actual source in determining whether readers believe it, a study by the Media Insight Project has found.
Lawmaker Quits After Mocking Looks Of Women At Women's MarchA Nebraska state legislator who was fined for having cybersex using a state computer has resigned after causing further outrage by sending a tweet that implied women's march participants were too unattractive to be sexual assaulted.
Yes! 3-Year-Old Boy's Celebration Adoption Pix Go ViralA 3-year-old boy's celebration of his adoption is a hit on social media. Dezhianna "Dae" Brown's Twitter post of photos of her adoptive brother Michael had nearly 150,000 likes by Friday morning.
Newsweek Reporter In Texas Seeks Twitter ID Of User After SeizureA Newsweek reporter who has epilepsy is seeking information from Twitter in his effort to find out the identity of a person he says sent him an image intended to trigger a seizure.
Texas Official Says Worker Fired For Offensive Clinton TweetTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller says he fired a campaign worker who posted an obscene reference to Hillary Clinton on Miller's official Twitter account.
Texas Ag Commissioner Uses Obscenity For Clinton On TwitterThe tweet used the C-word instead of the name, Clinton when talking about a poll where Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton.
Twitter: 17M-Plus Tweets Sent About The Debate, Most EverAccording to Twitter, Sunday's presidential debate was the most tweeted ever, with more than 17 million tweets related to the forum sent.
UNT Students Helping Police Solve Crimes With TechnologyIf you've tweeted, snapped, texted, searched or typed in a map location, it’s all on your phone.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Deletes Bible Tweet After ShootingTexas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has deleted a tweet quoting the New Testament that he posted after the deadly Orlando nightclub shooting.
Coming Soon To Twitter: More Room To TweetTwitter is giving users more room to express themselves. In coming months, photos, videos and other media won't count against what is now a 140-cha
Ted Cruz Ditches Campaign Spokesperson Over TweetCruz told reporters Monday he has asked his campaign spokesman, Rick Tyler, to resign for tweeting a story that falsely alleged Rubio insulted the Bible.