Wayne Rooney's Nike tweets lead to campaign ban

Sportswear brand Nike have landed themselves in hot water with advertising regulators, after they had been found using the personal Twitter accounts of footballers Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshire to promote their Make It Count campaign. The offending tweet from…

What do Twitter's new international censorship rules mean for you?

As Twitter continue to expand their micro-blogging network globally, they've come into certain difficulties and cultural differences as they launch in new international territories. As a result, Twitter have announced new rules which could effectively mean Tweets in the…

Twitter nab the "Tweet" trademark

Twitter have managed to gain control over the word "Tweet", bagging the trademark after a lengthy legal battle with Twittad. Both Twitter and Twittad claimed to own the phrase. Twittad, who provide sponsored advertising via Twitter have their tagline "Let…

Tweeting for gold: 2012 Olympic Twitter Stadium opens

The 2012 London Olympic Games are nearly upon us! In just under a year's time the game's opening ceremony will kick off proceedings, with the world's most elite athletes decending on the capital, sights set on the gold. To…

First ever Mount Everest tweet made on a Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung are really pushing the extreme elements of their latest handset, the Samsung Galaxy S II, to its limits. First they're sending Tech Digest's very own Gerald hurtling around a rollercoaster for a super speedy unboxing video, and now…

Want to read Twitter's 20 billionth tweet?

The 20 billionth tweet has been sent from a Tokyo-based graphic designer. Want to read it? Well don't get too excited; as with most things sent over Twitter, it's hardly Shakespeare. @GGGGGGo_Lets_Go on Saturday sent the cryptic "So that means…

Official Twitter Blackberry app on its way

A RIM-built Twitter app should be on its way to Blackberry handsets this year, a preview on the Blackberry blog has revealed. Compared to Seesmic and TwitterBerry Blackberry apps, it looks pretty reliable, with the sort of sleek UI you'd…