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Twitter tightens grip on developers with new API restrictions

Looking to reign in third-party Twitter services, the social media site has unveiled new a third-party app format that gives the site greater control. Something that is likely to be met with criticism by developers.

Calls down, texts and smartphones up – how Britain now communicates

Communication watchdog Ofcom has given the deepest glimpse yet at the way British people use technology in their everyday lives from talking to texting to surfing to owning smartphones and tablet computers.

Twitter suffers site-wide outage due to a ‘cascading bug’

Twitter suffered a global outage on Thursday, with the service down for over an hour. Normal service has since been resumed and the fault has been blamed on a “cascading bug”.

Tech To Help Celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

The Queen celebrates 60 years on the British throne this weekend – here are some ways technology can help you commemorate her achievement from apps to websites to gadgets.

Twitter agrees to support ‘Do Not Track’ privacy option for users

Twitter have announced that they will now honour ‘Do Not Track’ requests so that users have more control over their privacy. Yet another step forward for the company as they try to compete with Facebook.

A quick guide to using Twitter as UK users pass the 10m mark

As British users on Twitter pass 10 million and the social network launches a new weekly email update, find out more and learn how to get started with the site with this handy How To guide to Twitter.

What a Tweet! Twitter reports 10 million UK users

As one of the fastest growing social networking sites, Twitter has revealed further signs of its success by announcing it now have a staggering 10 million active users in the UK.

Microsoft Bing looks to Facebook and Twitter for its redesign

Microsoft has announced that Bing is to go through its biggest redesign yet, with the search engine getting a tune-up.

Do you socialise more online than for real?

Surprisingly, only three in 10 people admit to having more friends online than offline, although, half of them do agree web relationships are far more superficial and less meaningful.

Twitter turns six, but who should you follow?

Part of Twitter’s success is down to the celebrity enthusiasm for the social network. So who are the best tweeters out there?