Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in an interview that the social network's current 140-character limit for public posts is "staying". Previous rumors claimed Twitter was considering an option to increase that limit to 10,000 characters.
Still using Twitter for BlackBerry? If so, you might have noticed the app having some issues with displaying images in your timeline and the loading of images when a link is followed but no matter. A new update has finally been released to BlackBerry World that aims to solve those issues.
Twitter has announced the company will be rolling out a new timeline feature that aims to keep you up-to-date with people you stalk online. Enabling this new algorithmic timeline feature will see the social blogging site attempt to select tweets that Twitter feels you most care about while you're away.
The super-popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter is currently down for many across platforms and on the web. Clients are failing to load timelines, profiles, tweets and more, while the main website is refusing to display anything other than a technical error message.
Looking to upgrade your Twitter experience on BlackBerry 10? If so, now would be a great time to go ahead and check out Twittly from Nemory Studios. A new update has arrived in BlackBerry World that aims to improve upon the already robust Twitter client.
Twitter plans to lay off up to 336 of its team members, which represent about 8 percent of its total work force. The company says this will help allow Twitter to "organize around the Company’s top product priorities"