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Twitter’s most powerful female engineer heads to Outcome Health

Twitter’s former vice president of engineering, Nandini Ramani, has joined Outcome Health as its chief engineering officer. Ramani, who was ranked one of the world’s most powerful female engineers, joined Outcome Health earlier this month. “I love the mission-driven aspects of health care and also the re-energizing of an industry,” she told CNBC. Chicago-based Outcome makes technology for doctor’s offices, which ... Read More »

Twitter’s Moments Feature Is Now Available for Mobile Users

Social networking website Twitter recently opened its Moments feature to all users. The feature essentially allows users to curate various tweets that are relevant to a particular topic and present them in a collective form. However, this feature was available only to users of the Web interface till now. Twitter has now announced that users will now be able to ... Read More »

Facebook Ramps Up Live Video to Challenge Twitter’s Periscope

Facebook on Wednesday ramped up its challenge to Twitter-owned Periscope with upgrades to the social network’s live video broadcasting feature. People using the Live streaming feature at Facebook will be able to “broadcast” to groups at the social network or in scheduled “events.” Scheduled events can even be used for online question-and-answer sessions. “We hope this new ability to both ... Read More »

Twitter’s Fabric App to Help Monitor App Crashes on Smartphones

After five months of development, micro-blogging website Twitter has launched an app for its Fabric mobile development toolkit so that developers can address various issues related to their app including sudden crash through smartphones. Fabric is a tool that developers use to keep constant pulse on their apps once out in the wild and helps them track crashes or user ... Read More »

Twitter’s CEO Making Big Product Changes, but Users Not Wowed

Since returning to Twitter Inc in July, Chief Executive, Jack Dorsey has made a handful of dramatic changes to the micro-blogging service – and promised more. But the new features so far have been unsuccessful at doing the one thing Wall Street wants most: getting more people to use the service. Analysts say Twitter’s stock price, which has reached record ... Read More »