Twitter has become one of the protagonists companies in the Wall Street Friday. The US network CNBC has announced that the microblogging network is receiving bids to seize all of the shares. The microblogging service could be offered for sale. At Twitter, negotiations are underway with major groups such as Salesforce.
Twitter could be sold in the coming months. It is currently only a rumor, but negotiations are now held between the leadership of the microblogging service and several large companies such as Google or Salesforce yet. These negotiations have not yet been confirmed.
The Board is in favor of a sale, but not immediately, it ensures information. After this [...]
Appendix LivesOn, can independently continue microblog Twitter-user after his death, will be launched in March this year, the newspaper The Guardian.
“When your heart stops, you continue to tweet” (When your heart stops beating, you’ll keep tweeting), – slogan reads applications. The service is based on algorithms that analyze online user behavior – its interesting topics, frequently used words, especially speech.
In case of death of the service will continue to generate a record of the user name, and even publish retweets messages from pages that it is most often quoted. However, during the registration LivesOn user still has to [...]
According to media and internet resources, the microblogging service Twitter maintenance documentation has filed for the IPO (Initial Public Offering). This was also explained by the company Friday in the Microblog.
According to this, the company is completely confidential, gave the Securities and Exchange Commission a registration statement for a public offering. It should be kept in mind that id does not [...]
The British government tried to force major Internet companies to provide them with your personal information.
The largest Internet company Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo! and Twitter protest against British surveillance by letter to Interior Minister Theresa May, the British newspaper reported.
Edition of The Guardian and The Times received information that Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Yahoo handed over a personal letter from Theresa May, expressing their refusal to cooperate in surveillance of users within the framework of the so-called ‘ Spy Charter ‘. This is a bill that should be available to police personal [...]