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Twitter’s stickers for images rolling out in a couple of weeks
Jun27

Twitter’s stickers for images rolling out in a couple of weeks

Every social tech and social network company is busy these days—it’s a season of updates and race to win the hearts of consumers. Twitter happens to be one of the busiest, and this time around, the microblogging platform has announced stickers for images and ability to search for them using hashtags. If you have been following Twitter in recent times, you would have observed that millions of photos are being sent every day. Twitter...

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Twitter users can now share 140-second long videos as Vine ditches 6-second limit
Jun21

Twitter users can now share 140-second long videos as Vine ditches 6-second limit

  While announcing its own version of Facebook’s “Mentions” app on Tuesday, Twitter said users will now be able to post longer videos on Vine. It means you can now create longer videos—up to 140 seconds. Prior to Tuesday’s announcement, Vine users could post videos up to six seconds, while Twitter users were limited to 30 seconds. However, the six-second video format remains unchanged; it will only act as ‘previews’ for...

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5 Twitter marketing ideas that can turn your small business into a goldmine
Jun12

5 Twitter marketing ideas that can turn your small business into a goldmine

Some owners of small business are still wondering how to they can explore or unlock the full potential of Twitter. Without a doubt, Facebook has five times more daily users than Twitter, and is a hotcake for a lot of businesses—with 1.6 billion people engaging in different forms of conversation daily. However, small businesses are shying away from the benefits of using Twitter to promote their businesses and turn them into a goldmine....

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Twitter denies breach; but says malware may have been responsible for leaked passwords and usernames
Jun10

Twitter denies breach; but says malware may have been responsible for leaked passwords and usernames

Whatever it was that happened in the last couple of days got us all worked up and scared—hundreds of thousands of Twitter users scampered to check if their accounts were among those hacked. The fact that Zuckerberg’s Twitter account was compromised earlier in the week didn’t help us either. Now Twitter has allayed our fears and we can now calm our nerves—what happened wasn’t exactly a breach of the platform, but a possible malware...

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Russian hacker claims to be selling 33 million Twitter accounts
Jun09

Russian hacker claims to be selling 33 million Twitter accounts

A Russian who goes by the name Tessa88, is claiming to be in possession of a database that includes an email address, usernames, and plain-text passwords belonging to millions of Twitter accounts, reports Zdnet. Tessa88 who disclosed this in an encrypted chat on Tuesday, says he wants to sell the cache for 10 bitcoins, or about $5,820. The same hacker is said to have links to the recent LinkedIn, MySpace and Tumblr data breaches. The...

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Twitter brings material design to its new Android app update
Jun08

Twitter brings material design to its new Android app update

Twitter has added more fun and easier way to use its app for Android. The new look, which was announced on Tuesday by the microblogging outfit, reveals a material design. The app’s new design makes it much easier to move between different sections of Twitter on Android. You will now be able to swipe from side to side to switch between your feed, messages, Twitter Moments and notifications. The buttons have also been changed and are...

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