A major social media gaffe by US Airways involving a pornographic image is turning into a viral nightmare for the company.
P. Diddy, a.k.a. Sean Combs, announced on Twitter he’s back to being ‘Puff Daddy’
Twitter celebrated its 8th birthday Friday by giving users a chance to check out their first tweets.
Much odder things has happened…
After being the latest web-death-hoax, the actor took to Twitter to state that he is alive & well…
Where does San Francisco rank in the list of #selfie capitals?
The limited-edition cosmetics collection from Lorde & MAC is due this summer…
Is Friday really the happiest day of the week? Not according to your tweets. Twitter tracked comments from users and charted the frequency of different phrases to try and determine when we heel certain emotions.
Call it revenge against the nerds: with just hours to go, the big-market New York Mets and star slugger David Wright staged a comeback to claim the “Face of MLB” title over surprising finalist Eric Sogard of the Oakland Athletics in a Twitter-based contest run by Major League Baseball.
A lack of name recognition hasn’t stopped the Oakland A’s from claiming the last two American League West titles and, if their fans have anything to say about it, it won’t stop spectacle-sporting infielder Eric Sogard from becoming the face of Major League Baseball.