Smartphone users check their devices over a hundred times a day, making those home screens the most valuable digital real estate in the world for advertisers.
Anti-social networks like Snapchat and Kik are the most exciting trend in mobile right now. Twitter could have ruled the private messaging space, but ignored the opportunity.
The money-losing social media company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday at $45.10 a share, well above its $26 IPO price.
Clients of a London-based trading game expect shares of the social media site to nearly double on their first day of trading Thursday.
A new survey by Pew Research found that nearly 1 in 10 US adults get news on Twitter, and those users tend to be younger than average and better educated.
The social media company holds no patent on its technology and doesn't produce a thing. Without users and content, it's worthless.
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