If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Twitter should be glowing with pride.
It should be, but perhaps the company is nervous instead. That’s because the imitator is Facebook, Twitter‘s biggest rival in the war for your social-media attention.
Facebook on Wednesday announced a new feature to help the more than 1 billion people who use its service every day follow sports games live. You can track the game with friends, and the feature encourages you to discuss stats, plays and everything else from anywhere around the globe. It’s called Sports Stadium, and it arrives just in time for Super Bowl 50, set for February 7. Continue reading