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Why These Tweets Worked?

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According to the a statistic from earlier this year, over 58 million tweets are made every day from more than 554 million users, of which only 60% seem to actually be sending out tweets. So how do you become effective on Twitter? How will you make your followers click-through your tweets? Image Credit - www.telegraph.co.uk Let's Begin:1. ...

Twitter now Allows users to Send, Receive Images in Direct Messages

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Twitter updated. Now the micro-blogging site allows users to send and receive images in direct messages. The new feature available for iOS and Android users with the latest updated version of Twitter. Users who update the application can able to send and receive images personally via messages.Image Credit - blog.twitter.com Twitter officially announced on their blog post ...

2 Million Google, Facebook,Twitter, LinkedIn and Yahoo accounts Passwords Stolen in massive hack

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One of the greatest massive attack just happens. Near 2 Million Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yahoo passwords stolen. According to CNN's report The massive data breach was a result of keylogging software maliciously installed on an untold number of computers around the world, researchers at cyber security firm Trustwave said. The virus was capturing log-in credentials for ...

Apple buys Twitter Search and Analytics tool Topsy for $200 Million

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Apple buys Twitter search and analytics tool Topsy for $200 Million. The company confirmed  it acquired the social analytics firm Topsy Labs. Twitter recommends Topsy in its official guide for journalists.The new was first reported by The Wall Street Journal Apple recently acquired social-media analytics firm Topsy Labs Inc. Topsy specializes in analyzing the global conversation on Twitter. TWTR +1.45% Its ...

Twitter Introduced New Encryption Technology ‘Perfect Forward Secrecy’

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Micro-blogging platform Twitter introduced new encryption technology named 'Perfect forward secrecy.' The new protocol will be enabled on top of standard HTTPS encryption, generating a new key for each encounter and hopefully prevent the passive bulk surveillance by the NSA that's been revealed in recent months. Twitter officially announced on their blog post that Under traditional ...