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Twitter Experiences Some Downtime for Users on Monday

For about thirty minutes starting around 4:10 p.m. ET, micro-blogging site Twitter began experiencing spots of downtime and service issues for some users after a glitch during a “routine change.” During that period updates were inaccessible from browsers Google Chrome and Firefox as well as iOS apps such as Tweetbot for iPad or iPhone. Problems… Read More »

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Sky’s Android apps, Twitter account hacked

British satellite broadcaster Sky today found itself on the receiving end of hackers after its Twitter account along with its android account were hacked. This is the newest security breach to face a major media house and the event occurs only months after Financial Times, The Telegraph and the newswire service the Associated Press faced… Read More »

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No Facebook Phone for the United Kingdom

UK network EE have confirmed that the HTC First, popularly known as the Facebook home  will not be sold in the UK. The decision is likely to have been influenced by the phone’s poor sales in the United States and lukewarm customer feedback. The HTC First handset was supposed to be in the shops this… Read More »

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Twitter offers users two factor authentication to tighten security

Following a series of high-profile security breaches, Microblogging website Twitter is adding an extra security measure to users’ accounts by offering two-factor authentication for users across its social network. Twitter said in a blog post that users will be able to enrol in a login verification program. For those interested in the extra security, the… Read More »

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How To Maximise Your Twitter Reach

Welcome to the Twitter jungle. Twitter is undoubtedly one of the largest internet success stories of the decade. From its humble origins it has become one of the big players in social media. There’s no denying that it’s here to stay, and most tech-savvy people and businesses now have a Twitter account in their social… Read More »

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Twitter gets Retina support for OS X

Twitter has updated its Mac OS X app to bring Retina Display support, Apple’s high-resolution display a redesigned tweet composer, updated icons, and support for 14 new languages. In Version 2.2 of its Twitter for Mac app, the microblogging site has updated the following features: ● Retina display support — Twitter is now more vibrant… Read More »

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Location-based tweets could soon be coming to you

According to multiple sources, Twitter is in the process of testing a new feature that lets you discover tweets from people within a certain distance of your location. The idea is to surface relevant activity based on where you are in the world, serving up tweets from others around you — whether you follow them… Read More »

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Twitter, Peoplebrowsr settle data access lawsuit

Twitter and social media analytics firm Peoplebrowsr have settled their lawsuit over ‘firehose’ data that will see Peoplebrowsr have access to the ‘firehose’ through the end of 2013. Beginning next year, Peoplebrowsr will have to purchase access to the full “firehose” of 400 million daily tweets through one of Twitter’s authorised data resellers, meaning Gnip,… Read More »

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Twitter launching music discovery app ‘Twitter Music’

After acquiring We Are hunted, a music discovery service that  tracks what music is trending on blogs, message boards, and other social media,  Twitter proceeded to use its’ technology to build a standalone music app of their own built on iOS. The app, called Twitter Music suggests artists and songs to listen to based on… Read More »

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