Check out the hottest news in mobile IT for Friday, 10/25.
Twitter earned $47.5 million from its quiet side--its data business--according to an article in The Wall Street Journal. That's peanuts, relatively speaking, but it's the entire circus that comes with it that's causing investors to entertain the idea of throwing big dollars in the tent.
Less than a month after revealing its plans to go public, Twitter has made its S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission public, revealing the microblogging platform aims to raise $1 billion on close to 473 million shares of common stock.
Twitter unveiled Alerts, a new emergency notification system rolling out across its flagship mobile applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
Twitter is expanding its new personalized recommendations feature to its mobile social networking applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
Mobile malware threats are "all hype," Twitter security researcher Charlie Miller told the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta last week.
Joota is a content driven social network.
Twitter is rolling out a completely redesigned version of its social media app for Google's Android, available now to beta testers.
Twitter has filed to go public, setting the stage for the most highly anticipated technology offering since social media archrival Facebook raised $16 billion in mid-2012.
Twitter has acquired mobile advertising exchange MoPub, signaling the microblogging platform's latest step to accelerate revenues ahead of a much-rumored initial public offering.