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“It’s time” — Edward Snowden just issued a mysterious warning on Twitter

Snowden also mentions the name of Barton Gellman.

Gallman was the lead reporter in WSJ’s NSA-leak coverage in 2013-14 and he also interviewed Snowden when he was in exile in Russia. He retweeted Snowden’s tweet. Also, his last tweet looks like a confirmation of Snowden’s message.

After Google And Twitter, Facebook rolls out goodies for the Rio Olympics

The social networking giant has hence launched a slew of similar features as well. Users on the social networking giant will be able to show their support for their favorite teams while also getting all the news they could want from a personalized section on the feed.

Pokémon GO creator's Twitter account hacked — Pika, Pikaaaa!

This time, it's Niantic CEO John Hanke, the developer behind the world's most popular game Pokémon GO.
And it seems like Hanke is so busy with its newly launched game Pokémon GO that he hasn't noticed or took any measures against it even after over 12 hours of the hack, as the tweets made by hackers are still displaying on his Twitter timeline (at the time of writing).

Katy Perry is the most followed person in the Twittersphere

The 31-year-old has just reached a social media milestone by becoming the first person to have over 90 million Twitter followers.

"It's party time, @katyperry!" Twitter's official account tweeted. "With 90 million on the guest list, we're gonna need a really big dance floor."

In close competition to Perry's impressive social status are fellow pop stars, Justin Bieber, with 83.8 million followers, and Taylor Swift, with 79 million.

Shoppers frustrated on Amazon Prime Day

Amazon's Twitter account said it was working to resolve difficulties customers were having checking out.

The promotion ran for the first time last year, when the site also faced technical problems.

More than 34.4 million items were sold that day, exceeding the amount sold on Black Friday the previous year.

This year, customers complained of not being able to check out their purchases, with some missing deals available for a limited time.

Others said they were experiencing issues adding items to their cart.

Snapchat now has more active daily users than Twitter

The photo and video messaging app has overtaken Twitter and its 140 million active daily users.

Snapchat has added 40 million accounts in the last six months.

It's claimed that the service had 110 million daily users in December, which launched in 2011 - five years after Twitter.

However, Twitter is still ahead on active monthly users - it has 310 million compared to Snapchat's 200 million.

Katy Perry is the most followed person in the Twittersphere

"It's party time, @katyperry!" Twitter's official account tweeted. "With 90 million on the guest list, we're gonna need a really big dance floor."

In close competition to Perry's impressive social status are fellow pop stars, Justin Bieber, with 83.8 million followers, and Taylor Swift, with 79 million.

Perry, who calls her beloved followers, "KatyCats," is an active Twitter bird. She tweets what she eats, promotes her favorite music and advocates for political action. Recently, Perry urged her followers in America to register to vote and support Hillary Clinton.

Dad hilariously re-creates daughter's sexy selfies

Like most fathers would be, Chris "Burr" Martin was taken aback when he saw that comment posted in response to one of his 19-year-old daughter Cassie's sexy selfies on her Instagram account.

Instead of telling her to stop posting the photos or giving her a lengthy lecture, the Spokane, Washington-based comedian creatively decided to take some selfies of his own.

"I did it because she posted something and the guys in the comment section were too much," Martin said. "So to put water on the fire, I posted one like it and said, 'What about me, guys?' and that did it."

Justin Timberlake's Tweeting blunder

That is Tweeting While Celebrity, of course.

Twitter, Facebook and Google 'aided Paris attacks'

Reynaldo Gonzalez is accusing Google, Facebook and Twitter of providing "material support" to extremists.

He alleges they "knowingly permitted" the so-called Islamic State group - referred to as "ISIS" in his legal action - to recruit, raise money and spread "extremist propaganda".

The companies said they had policies against extremist material.

Mr Gonzalez's daughter Nohemi was among the 130 people killed when extremists attacked Paris' Bataclan concert hall, bars, restaurants and the national football stadium in nearby Saint-Denis.