A member of Merseyside Police has left the force after messages from its official Twitter account appeared to make jokes about rape.Read the full story ›
A police officer has been sacked for posting numerous "offensive and pornographic images" on Twitter.Read the full story ›
Twitter's share price was down 3.27% at $27.55 on closing last night.
The social network hit a record high of $73.71 in December 2013.
The firm is looking for a new CEO to replace Dick Costolo, who left on July 1 amid criticism of his growth strategy for the business.
Last night's share price places the company only marginally higher than its IPO price of $26 per share.
Users of Facebook increased by 13 percent from last year, seemingly winning the latest battle against social media rival Twitter.Read the full story ›
Campaign backed for under 18s right to delete embarrassing social media posts that could cause problems later in life.Read the full story ›
Just hours after joining Twitter President Obama has been involved his first bit of online banter - with former President Bill Clinton.Read the full story ›
Barack Obama has joined Twitter. The new account had already attracted more than 60,000 followers within 15 minutes of the first tweet.Read the full story ›
Labour is currently the most talked about political party on Twitter, with the SNP coming a close second.
Labour leads the way with 33% of the real time conversation, with the SNP on 30%.
Plaid Cymru has just 1% of the conversation on Twitter at the moment.
The NHS became the most talked about political issue on Twitter shortly after the exit poll suggested the Tories would win 316 seats.
Over 2.2 million tweets have been posted about the General Election so far, Twitter has told ITV News.
The graphic below shows how people used the #IVoted hashtag while the polls were open.