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Twitter Teases Hiding 'Likes' and 'Retweets' Counts, Color-Coded Replies in Biggest Set of Changes To Its Social Media Service Since it Launched in 2006

Twitter is teasing some of the biggest changes to its social media service since it first launched in 2006, aiming to make good on the company's promise to promote "healthy conversation." From a report: The company is also introducing new features to enhance pictures and video on the app in an effort to encourage users to make more use of the cameras on their smartphones, a move that adds features similar to those found on the apps of some of its main competition: Instagram and Snapchat. "We've ...
Tags: Twitter, Instagram, Tech, Jack Dorsey, Keith Coleman


Twitter will now let you swipe straight into the camera (TWTR)

Twitter has made it easier for people to take videos and photos from inside its app. A design tweak means you can swipe left from your timeline, straight into the camera. Twitter bills itself as the best place to follow events as they're happening, and wants to make it easier for people to start broadcasting right away. It coincides with the massive popularity of image-oriented apps like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat. Twitter says videos and images captured through its camera will look a lit...
Tags: Twitter, Instagram, US, Samsung, Trends, Coleman, TWTR, Snapchat Twitter, Giphy Twitter, Keith Coleman, Nathan Phillips, Covington Catholic, Nick Sandmann, Instagram TikTok


Twitter looks to improve events on Twitter with new publisher tools

Twitter says it’s going to make it easier for publishers to better understand what sort of content is resonating with its readers on the social network. The company this morning at CES briefly discussed a concept for a new publisher dashboard offering insights and analytics that can better inform their content strategy. The company clarified the dashboard is still very much an “early concept.” However, the idea is to offer publishers an easy way to see who on Twitter is reading and engaging w...
Tags: Social, Twitter, Tech, Ces, Las Vegas, Consumer Electronics Show, Keith Coleman, CES 2019


Twitter gives events a boost with new publisher tools

As Twitter continues to look for ways to monetise its platform beyond basic advertising, it is building more tools for businesses that turn Twitter into more of a utility that helps them do their jobs. Today at CES, Twitter said it’s going to make it easier for publishers to better understand what sort of content is resonating with its readers on the social network though a new kind of analytics dashboard, and, in a separate dashboard, to better track real-time information around events and e...
Tags: Social, Twitter, Tech, Las Vegas, Consumer Electronics Show, Coleman, Keith Coleman, Kay Madati, CES 2019, CES Twitter


Twitter's Upcoming 'Save For Later' Feature Will Let You Bookmark Tweets

Keith Coleman, head of product, Twitter, announced that the social media platform will roll out a “save for later” bookmarking feature soon. This feature will let users create a separate list of tweets that they can refer back to. “Fresh out of HackWeek and coming soon — a new way to save tweets to read later. Been a top request. The team would love your feedback as they dial in the design! #SaveForLater,” he stated in a Tweet on Tuesday.
Tags: News, Keith Coleman, HackWeek


Snap, Facebook, Pop: Sriram Krishnan joins Twitter as senior director of product

 In the ever-moving musical chairs that is the tech industry, Twitter has added a new person to its product team. Sriram Krishnan is now senior director of product at the social media platform. He announced the news himself, appropriately on Twitter, with a hearty endorsement from CEO Jack Dorsey. He will be reporting to Keith Coleman, who is Twitter’s new-ish VP of Product (he joined… Read More
Tags: Social, TC, Twitter, Tech, Jack Dorsey, Product, Sriram Krishnan, Personnel, Keith Coleman


Maine man to be sentenced for killing girlfriend, 2 children

BANGOR, Maine (AP) — A Maine man convicted of killing his girlfriend and her two children faces 25 years to life in prison when he’s sentenced. Keith Coleman, of Garland, is due to be sentenced Thursday for the deaths of 36-year-old Christina Sargent, 10-year-old Duwayne Coke and 8-year-old Destiny Sargent. Police say Coleman told them […]
Tags: News, Maine, Coleman, Bangor, Maine AP, Garland, Christina Sargent, Nation & World, Keith Coleman


Twitter Buys Yes for Product VP Talent

Twitter last week purchased Yes and named the mobile app startup's CEO, Keith Coleman, as its new VP of product -- a challenging post. Coleman will be Twitter's third VP of product this year and the fifth since 2014. Twitter's main problems are monetization, which has plagued it since its founding; slowing user growth; and stiff competition. Those encouraged by Coleman's appointment cite his previous experience at Google. He served there as the project manager leading Google Plus, which incl...
Tags: Google, Ecommerce, Twitter, Coleman, Keith Coleman


Twitter, Inc. Hires a New Product Chief As Ad-Sales Leader Departs

Social network Twitter's (NYSE: TWTR) top ranks shuffled around last week, emphasizing a time of change at the company. On Thursday, Twitter announced that it's bringing onboard tech executive Keith Coleman as vice president of product, filling an important position that has been vacant since January. And on Friday, Richard Alfonsi, one of Twitter's top ad-sales leaders, announced he was leaving the company and joining Stripe, an online payments company for start-ups in the United States.Twitt...
Tags: Twitter, Finance, Goog, Twitter Inc, TWTR, Aaron Durand, GOOGL, Richard Alfonsi, Daniel Sparks, Technology and Telecom, Keith Coleman


Why did Twitter buy little-known start up Yes, Inc.?

Keith Coleman, not much of a Twitter user himself, will take on the increasingly difficult task of creating new products and reigniting the platform's user growth.
Tags: Tech, Keith Coleman


Why did Twitter buy little-known start up Yes, Inc.?

Keith Coleman, not much of a Twitter user himself, will take on the increasingly difficult task of creating new products and reigniting the platform's user growth.
Tags: News, Keith Coleman


Twitter Acquires Yes. Inc., Names Keith Coleman As Twitter’s New VP Of Product

Twitter has acquired startup Yes Inc. that has been developing social apps like Frenzy, Heyo! and WYD. Yes CEO Keith Coleman will become Twitter’s new VP of Product. Twitter CTO Adam Messinger announced the acquisition on Twitter Thursday. 
Tags: Twitter, News, Adam Messinger, Keith Coleman


Why did Twitter buy little-known start up Yes, Inc.?

Keith Coleman, not much of a Twitter user himself, will take on the increasingly difficult task of creating new products and reigniting the platform's user growth.
Tags: News, Keith Coleman


Brand News: Starbucks CEO, Audi x LEGO, Pizza Hut Robots and More

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced he is stepping down effective April 3 and president Kevin Johnson will be promoted to take over the role. Schultz will become executive chairman and focus on expanding the brands Roasteries and social impact initiatives. Airbnb restricts London and Amsterdam listings. Alexander McQueen tries 3D printing. Amazon Launchpad expands to Canada. Audi taps LEGO for self-driving car installation at Design Miami during Art Basel week. Dick’s Sporting Goods buys ap...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Japan, UK, New York, London, Campaigns, Coca Cola, Pinterest, Advertising, Disney, Holiday, Diageo, CSR, Snapchat


10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, FB, TWTR, FIT)

Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Friday. 1. Airbnb is banning London hosts from renting their homes for more than 90 days. If they want to rent it out for longer, then they need planning permission. 2. Apple quietly acquired a Finnish company called Indoor.io to help it map indoor spaces, Bloomberg reports. The value of the acquisition is unknown. 3. Spotify, one of Europe's most valuable tech start-ups, could start to become profitable as early as next year. That's acco...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, New York, London, Saudi Arabia, Trends, Bloomberg, Iran, Peter Thiel, Fitbit, Pebble, Apple Store, Aapl


Twitter finally has a VP of product courtesy of its latest acquisition

Twitter has finally found a VP of product thanks to its new acquisition. The company has snapped up San Francisco-based startup and app maker Yes Inc., with its co-founder Keith Coleman assigned the important role. The post Twitter finally has a VP of product courtesy of its latest acquisition appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Twitter, Business, San Francisco, Trends, Social Media, Acquisition, Keith Coleman


Twitter bought a small, virtually unknown startup to get a new chief of product (TWTR)

Twitter has finally found its new product chief in Keith Coleman, the former CEO of a small app startup called Yes Inc. Coleman announced that his team is joining Twitter on Thursday in a blog post. A Twitter spokesperson confirmed that he'll join the company as VP of Product. Before creating Yes in 2014, Coleman worked at Google for over a decade and led product management for Gmail.  Twitter's last product chief was Kevin Weil, who left in January 2016 to be head of product at Facebook-owned ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Trends, Coleman, Kevin Weil, Instagram Twitter, TWTR, Keith Coleman


Twitter Acquires Yes Inc., Makes Former Googler VP of Product

Twitter has acquired Yes Inc., a Palo Alto-based startup that has been developing social apps like Frenzy and WYD. Yes CEO Keith Coleman will become Twitter’s new VP of Product. Twitter CTO Adam Messinger announced the acquisition and appointment on Twitter Thursday. Couldn't be more pleased to welcome @kcoleman as VP of Product. He and his... Read more »
Tags: Twitter, News, Digital, Palo Alto, Cto, Adam Messinger, Yes, Keith Coleman


US extends $10 million contract for a missile that disables electronics

The US just extended a $10 million contract to defense contractor Raytheon to equip Boeing AGM-86B air-launched cruise missiles with a Counter-electronics High-power microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP) payloads. These payloads, according to IHS Jane's, will enable the missiles to disable enemy electronics during flight. Missiles equipped with the CHAMP technology can fire microwave pulses at multi-story buildings and permanently disable the electric devices therein, as was successfully de...
Tags: China, Russia, US, America, Coleman, Raytheon, IHS Jane, CHAMP, Boeing AGM 86B, Keith Coleman