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Twitter testing desktop version of Night Mode
Aug09

Twitter testing desktop version of Night Mode

Following a successful roll out of Night Mode for the mobile version of Twitter app, the microblogging company is currently testing the desktop version of the same feature, 9to5google reports. Night Mode as you already know, is a feature that makes it easier to read tweets in the dark without leaving a strain on your eyes. The feature gets rid of any traces of white from the app, replacing it with a dark gray. The result of the change...

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Twitter is testing a paid subscription service at $99 per month
Jul28

Twitter is testing a paid subscription service at $99 per month

Recall we brought you a report earlier in the year about Twitter’s plan to offer some of its services to users for a small fee. The microblogging company carried out a small survey back in March to find out if users will be willing to pay a small amount for some of its services or features. Well, it seems everything is taking a new shape as TechCrunch and other social media blogs are reporting that Twitter is testing a paid...

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Twitter offers users new way to deal with troll
Jul10

Twitter offers users new way to deal with troll

Harassment on Twitter is one of the biggest headaches facing the microblogging company. In the past few years, the company has rolled out various tools to nip the menace in the bud, but nothing much has been achieved so far. It takes a lot of effort to deal with such an issue; Twitter knows this, and has just rolled out a new tool to mute notifications from new users and people who are not among your followers. The move is a sure way...

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Facebook and Twitter go head to head over World Cup Video Rights
Jul06

Facebook and Twitter go head to head over World Cup Video Rights

Bloomberg reports that Twitter and Facebook are set to go head to head over next year’s FIFA World video rights scheduled to be hosted by Russia. Fox Sports holds the exclusive rights, and both social media giants are eager to win the race to broadcast the month-long event held every four years to users. According to Bloomberg, both companies are set to spend millions of dollars to win the rights to stream the event that will see...

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Twitter May Add A Fake News Button
Jun30

Twitter May Add A Fake News Button

Twitter is seriously fighting false news. According to a report, the social networking site is experimenting with a button that allows users to flag false information and prevent it from going viral. In a blog post, Twitter suggested that it’s taking the spread of fake news seriously. Last year, it took steps in fighting damaging information. It’s currently exploring a feature that enables users to flag tweets. However, it’s still a...

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