The hacker, allegedly from Mauritius, claims to have the entire database of Twitter users.
Syrian Electronic Army adds one more name to its list of hacked twitter accounts – this one belonging to a high-profile profile news and data company.
Saudi Arabia is looking at limiting access to the micro blogging site Twitter to only those people who register their official identification documents it has been revealed.
According to predictions by eMarketer, Twitter will be very close to generating $1 billion revenue from advertisements by 2014.
AFP’s photo service Twitter account was hacked on Tuesday by a hacker who managed to control it for an hour and posted photos on behalf of AFP, until the account was suspended.
Zendesk, a well-known SaaS help desk software provider, was hacked that led to leak of email addresses of three of its customers – Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest.
Posterous, a blogging engine, which aimed at being simple and started off with blogging by email and evolved through to capabilities of photo and note sharing, has announced that it is shutting shop on April 30.
Google+ is making progress in the social networking scene and has reportedly outranked Twitter to gain the no. 2 spot behind Facebook.
Twitter has suspended one of the leading accounts used by the Anonymous group – YourAnonNews without any explanation.
Twitter has enabled ‘archive’ option allowing users to download all their tweets but, the option is only available to a few users as of now.