Two twitter antagonists have apparently tweeted and made up.
Social media giants including Twitter and Facebook are pushing back against Senate legislation that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity, according to industry and government officials.
As one of the larger North Texas lakes open for public access this holiday weekend, boaters are expecting a busy turnout on Lake Ray Hubbard.
The messaging service can bring fame or get you fired. But, despite the buzz generated by its chatters, Twitter has never turned a profit and has a relatively small user base.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, who helped turn the messaging startup into a global town square, is stepping down amid criticism over the company’s financial performance.
Texas has become the first U.S. state to name an official ‘Tweeter Laureate,’ and its recipient is not a star quarterback, or a pop star, but a state Supreme Court justice.
U.S. law enforcement officials expressed concern Wednesday about the growing use of encrypted communication and private messaging by supporters of the Islamic State.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson went on a Twitter rant over his ongoing contract situation with the Vikings management.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has apologized for a post on social media that referenced flood-ravaged Houston, where San Francisco opens the preseason.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo became active on Twitter this week, with an eye on promotional opportunities, the chance to have some fun, and apparently no concern for the haters.
The man from Mesquite who is at the center of an FBI terror investigation appeared in a Dallas courtroom on Friday morning.
The 17-year-old who is one of two people plucked by a helicopter from the roof of a pick up truck surrounded by rushing flood water declined requests for on-camera interviews, choosing instead to let his tweets tell the story.