Gamblers will now have the opportunity to bet on the President-elect’s tweets.
The blue and green of iMessage, meant to indicate when someone is using a fellow iPhone or not, is practically Machiavellian in how it is meant to pit iOS and Android users against each other. “Green bubble trouble” engenders a ridiculous amount of petty rage and classist spite.
What’s in a #hashtag? Aside from dominating social media networks and creating endless humor, humiliations and trends, hashtags also bind communities together. A hashtag can reveal telling information about a person.
A new model can predict, with 70 percent accuracy, whether your next tweet will be in the name of protest.
This week we examine the #Viajosola movement; a Twitter trend where women tweet out their support for women traveling alone, after the public reaction to two tragic deaths.
It sounds like a joke, but selfies are becoming an increasingly serious cause of death. BTRtoday takes a look into the motives behind the dangerous social media habit.