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Twitter already gave you a voice, but now it literally allows you to speak thanks to a new test feature rolled out on Wednesday (June 17) called Voice Tweets. It’s exactly what it sounds like, an audio version of tweeting, and, of course, it’s limited to 140-seconds, but that didn’t stop a bunch of artists…

Twitter is rolling out to its platform a new type of tweet — audio tweets — allowing users to share thoughts in audio form inside their feeds. The feature will only be available to some iOS users for now, though the company says all iOS users should have access “in the coming weeks.” No word…

Twitter is rolling out the ability to record audio snippets and attach them to your tweets. The new feature is available first on iOS and launching today for “a limited group of people,” according to the company. “Sometimes 280 characters aren’t enough and some conversational nuances are lost in translation. So starting today, we’re testing…

Remember the upsurge of Xbox Series X memes following the announcement at E3 last year? Well, guess what, PS5 memes are here already and they are coming in strong. With the PS5 launch, fans of both the consoles have yet again engaged in the Xbox vs. PS war. As a result, we now have an…

President Trump took to Twitter early Friday to condemn Minneapolis demonstrators as “THUGS,” threaten military intervention and predict local looting could lead to “shooting,” prompting the social-media company to take the unprecedented step of limiting the public’s ability to view and share his tweet.The label Twitter appended — which the company also added later to…

Twitter said Friday that President Donald Trump violated its rules against glorifying violence when he tweeted about protests over the death of George Floyd. The company, which is already embroiled in a dispute with the president over what is acceptable on the platform, did not remove the tweet…..These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George…

The move by the social media platform is likely to spur more tension with the White House and prompt criticism from the president’s supporters.May 29, 2020Updated 5:51 a.m. ETImagePresident Trump signing an executive order that will punish Facebook, Google and Twitter for the way they police content online, on Thursday.Credit…Doug Mills/The New York TimesTwitter said…

Twitter on Tuesday slapped a fact-check label on President Trump’s tweets for the first time, a response to long-standing criticism that the company is too hands-off when it comes to policing misinformation and falsehoods from world leaders.The move, which escalates tensions between Washington and Silicon Valley in an election year, was made in response to…


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