Just in case you need further convincing of why to vote, some celebrities weigh-in via Twitter to express their support for the Presidential candidates, like Katy Perry…
Whether you’re new to Twitter or an expert tweeter, these San Francisco local twitterers are worth checking out.
A Sergeant in the Richmond Police Department is facing criticism for a tweet directed at the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship that critics claim supports gun violence.
Players are banned from using electronic devices before, during and after regular season and NFL playoff games. But for the Pro Bowl this weekend, the league is setting up computers on the sidelines and encouraging players to tweet.
Some very loyal 49er fans won coveted tickets to this weekend’s NFC Championship game at Candlestick Park thanks to the generosity of team president Jed York and a compelling personal story.
San Francisco 49ers right tackle Anthony Davis is toning down his tweets after a series of profanity-filled boasts on Twitter following Sunday’s 25-19 road upset of the previously unbeaten Detroit Lions.
The CBS “What’s Trending” thread tweeted reports of the recently retired Apple Inc. CEO’s death Friday. The post was removed within minutes, but not before the information was re-tweeted.
If you’re on Twitter, expect to see more ads flowing through your stream of tweets in the next few months.
Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. have both held low-level talks with Twitter Inc. about purchasing the social networking service, according to a report published Thursday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is reaching out to Twitter in the hope of getting the networking giant to keep its headquarters in the city.