Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, unless you find 23 fake profiles pretending to be you on Twitter.
CLEVELAND - It's a sign of the times. The word "tweet" is now in the Oxford English Dictionary.
It's defined as "a posting made on the social networking service Twitter."
A word usually has to be around for 10 years before it is put in the dictionary, but Oxford says "tweet" is catching on.
"Tweet" wasn't the only tech word included in the dictionary's latest update. "Big Data," "crowdsoucing," "e-reader" and "mouseover" were also added.
Twitter has introduced a new feature called mute to help manage the content you see in your timeline.
Twitter began rolling out upgrades to user profiles on Tuesday.
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A nonprofit political advocacy group which emanated from President Barack Obama's re-election campaign says hackers altered the links contained in tweets sent under his name.
Former National Security Agency chief Michael V. Hayden learned a lesson about eavesdropping aboard an Amtrak train to Newark: Don't talk on the phone where people can hear you.
It's a sign of the times. The word "tweet" is now in the Oxford English Dictionary.
It only took hackers a few minutes and 12 words. The stock market plummeted $134 billion and the world did a double-take.