Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 4.5 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser to make full use of twiends.  chrome

NYTimes Tech

Virtual currencies sold by start-ups are luring investors, despite efforts by regulators to chill the red-hot market
For the world's makers of luxury handbags and watches, the reality is hard to ignore: Chinese love shopping online
Alphabet's business is firing on all cylinders. Antitrust scrutiny may be the only thing that can derail it.
Goodbye Paint! After more than three decades and billions of dollars, Microsoft plans to stop developing the program
Electric cars of the future will have zero tailpipe emissions but spew copious amounts of data. Automakers prepare.
Why does Volkswagen need a quantum computer? Ask 10,000 Beijing taxi drivers.
German carmakers build "big data" capabilities to meet challenge of self-driving, connected vehicles.
The high-tech device that's like a bouncer for mosquitoes
It listens to each mosquito's wing beats, then catches them one by one
Want to work for Jaguar Land Rover? You could improve your chances by downloading an app
Jaguar Land Rover wants aspiring applicants to download an app and solve puzzles
New mosquito traps overcome one of the most frustrating aspects of insect surveillance
The Mexican government has spent millions on spyware to fight crime. Why is it targeting the phones of journalists?
Britain's government is once again focusing on a controversial plan: to police the internet
Britain is promoting some of the most wide-ranging plans anywhere in the western world to police the web
Amazon just did something completely unsurprising: It surprised everyone. Again.
.@Airbnb, born with a crash-on-my-couch informality, is trying to professionalize its more than 2 million hosts
Amazon powers your favorite websites and delivers toilet paper to your door. It wants to do so much more.
Being interrupted, talked over or shut down is nearly a universal experience for women outnumbered by men
Uber's brash approach is beginning to backfire, as executives leave the company and employees buck leadership
Even as Uber promised to reform itself, an exchange between board members highlighted the company’s challenges
An Uber board member is resigning after he made a disparaging remark about women at an Uber meeting.
Costly cellphone roaming charges are coming to an end in Europe. Some cheer. Others say 'meh'…
Retweeted by NYTimes Tech
A member of Uber’s board apologized for a sexist remark he made at a meeting with employees
This exchange is from a meeting to discuss Uber’s aggressive culture, including sexual harassment
Twiends uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter.