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  1. QUIZ: Which Gerard Way tweet are you?

  2. 10,000 character tweets could be coming to Twitter

    An article from Re/Code reports that Twitter could expand its traditional character count from 140 characters to 10,000, which...

  3. Twitter invests in headphones that will tweet what you’re listening to

    According to Re/Code, social media behemoth Twitter has invested in a connected headphone company called Muzik. With...

  4. Hilarious Twitter account reimagines Star Wars villain as emo kid

    Twitter is a wondrous place, filled with things you never thought would actually come to fruition. Need an...

  5. Twitter reportedly rethinking 140-character limit

    According to a report from Re/code, Twitter is entertaining the concept of allotting users more than 140 characters...

  6. Awesome Twitter account isolates vocals from your favorite songs

    Seriously, how cool is this? An awesome new Twitter account, which isolates the vocals from follower-requested songs, has...

  7. Volumes, Northlane beef erupts on Twitter

    Late last evening, a slight feud erupted between LA metalcore group Volumes and Australian heavy hitters Northlane....

  8. Senses Fail’s frontman goes on epic Twitter rant

    A few nights ago, Senses Fail frontman Buddy Nielsen took to Twitter for an epic rant on...

  9. J.K. Rowling acknowledges Draco Malfoy’s birthday on Twitter, says he turns 35

    One curious Harry Potter fan remembered that Draco Malfoy's birthday was yesterday, June 5, and eagerly...

  10. Twitter CEO says company sucks at “dealing with abuse and trolls”

    In a new memo obtained by the Verge, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo admitted that the company has failed...

  11. “Stay Together For The Kids!”—Twitter reacts to a Blink-182 without Tom Delonge

    Earlier today, news broke that Blink-182 vocalist/guitarist Tom Delonge would not be working with the band ...

  12. You can now share Tweets in DMs on Twitter

    Twitter has taken the first step toward improving their direct messaging feature—which has always been annoyingly...

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