29.25 +0.03 (0.10%)
After hours: 7:06PM EDT
|Bid||29.22 x 1100|
|Ask||29.25 x 1000|
|Day's Range||28.75 - 29.63|
|52 Week Range||16.57 - 47.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||94.56|
|Earnings Date||Oct 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||33.87|
Twitter announced that they will introduce a new setting allowing users to switch from a timeline with most relevant tweets, to the original Twitter model with most recent tweets. CNET Senior Producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN with the impact of these changes on the upcoming midterm elections.
Your Twitter prayers are answered! Well, maybe not the prayers about harassment or the ones about an edit tweet button, but your other prayers. Today in a series of tweets, the company announced that it had heard the cries of its various disgruntled users and will bring back a form of the pure chronological timeline that users can opt into. Twitter first took an interest in a more algorithmic timeline three-ish years ago and committed to it in 2016.
Ever since Twitter started mucking with the timeline to insert tweets people "might have missed" or things supposedly "liked" by people they follow, some have complained they miss things. Now, Twitter has announced that in the coming weeks it will start testing a "way to switch between a timeline of Tweets that are most relevant for you and a timeline of the latest Tweets.
Before Twitter boasted a market cap of 22.1 billion, had 336 million monthly active users and became the preferred mode of communication for President Donald Trump, it started with a sketch on a legal pad. On Tuesday, Twitter posted a photo of co-founder Jack Dorsey's illustration of how the platform might work, with the caption, "@Jack's very first drawing of us back in 2005. In the drawing, Twitter has a box for the user's status (such as "reading," "in bed," or "going to the park"), as well as inputs for the user's name, phone number and email address.
In a recent tweet, Twitter (TWTR) announced that it would be putting live streams and broadcasts posted by accounts followed by users at the top of their timelines. The social media company said that this feature will include breaking news, sports, and personalities. Twitter has included this latest feature in its Android and iOS apps.
Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were in high school, has yet to confirm she will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to Chuck Grassley, the panel's Republican chairman. "We have reached out to her in the last 36 hours three or four times by email, and we have not heard from them," Grassley says Tuesday.
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Facebook (FB) recently signed an exclusive three-year agreement to show Spanish La Liga soccer matches in India and other Asian countries. It also began rolling its Watch video service internationally. A month later, Twitter (TWTR) recently announced a host of new deals aimed at expanding its live video offerings in the Asia-Pacific region.