Jack Dorsey

Twitter Just Sacked A Huge Chunk Of Its Global Workforce

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 13.10.2015 | UK Tech

Twitter will cut 336 of its employees. Representing 8 per cent of its global workforce the move is part of a restructuring plan that will see the comp...

Louise Ridley

Now, This Is How You Live Tweet Breaking News...

HuffingtonPost.com | Louise Ridley | Posted 18.08.2014 | UK

Take a lesson in tweeting social movements from one of Twitter's co-founders, Jack Dorsey, who has headed back to his hometown of St Louis to live-twe...

So, Heard About Vine Yet?

Ben Wood | Posted 31.03.2013 | UK Tech
Ben Wood

Vine is already excelling. Much fuss has been made - perhaps almost as much as the app launch itself - over the small, unaffiliated site Vinepeek. Apparently created just hours after release, its functionality is simple: string together Vine clips, in real time, one after the other, automatically.

Twitter Valued At $11bn

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 05.03.2013 | UK Tech

Twitter may already be worth as much as $11 billion - and could be preparing to capitalise by going public in 2014. That's according to Greencrest ...

Twitter Creator Wins Cannes Award

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 15.05.2012 | UK Entertainment

Twitter's creator and exec chairman Jack Dorsey has been recognised as The Media Person of the Year at the 59th Cannes Lions International Festival of...

Is This Californian Geek the Future of TV Everywhere?

Colin Morrison | Posted 09.03.2012 | UK Tech
Colin Morrison

If you want to see the future of TV, go 35 miles north of San Francisco to the suburban wine-making town of Petaluma. Or just go to the web. There, you will find the TWiT 'netcasting network', begun six years ago as a series of podcasts by tech journalist and Emmy-winning broadcaster, Leo Laporte.

Can Digital Art Ever Match the Real Thing?

Christian Ward | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK Tech
Christian Ward

New innovations undoubtedly do much to make fine art more accessible, but can they really compete with the thrill of viewing great masters up close, in the museums and galleries that house them?