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Dorsey back in the hot seat at Twitter

Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter and its former Chief Executive Officer, has announced that he is back in charge as CEO at the tech company.

The 38-year-old announced via tweet – naturally – on (more…)

Developer backtracks as people poop on Peeple

The founder of an app that allows its users to rate their friends and foes has removed the company’s Twitter and Facebook feeds amid a public backlash.

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Are you a one-star lover? New app allows users to rate people

Peeple, a new mobile phone app, is causing uproar over its main feature: it allows you to rate people in the same way you may rate a restaurant on Yelp.

A creation of (more…)

Twitter taps into ecommerce with ‘buy now’ feature

A year after dipping its toes into online retail with a trial of a ‘buy now’ button, Twitter has announced a formal system-wide rollout.

Twitter has worked hard to get a raft of (more…)

Spurs red faced following Gretzky gaffe

Bosses at Premier League football team Tottenham Hotspur were forced to apologise to ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky after handing him a shirt that spelled his name incorrectly.

What’s more, the blunder occurred at a ceremony performed just before a derby match with their bitter rivals Arsenal on September 23.

Gretzky, who is nicknamed “The Great One”, is hailed as the best hockey player of all time; he’s the leading scorer in National Hockey League history, and is the only player to have ever scored more than 2,000 points in a single season. The 54-year-old was renowned for dodging brutal body checks, and dominating the area behind the opponent’s goal, which was nicknamed “Gretzky’s office”.

The Canadian attended White Hart Lane, Spurs’ home ground, and was handed the shirt by Ledley King, a former captain of the team who was charged with the honour. With typical Canadian politeness, Gretzky posed smiling with King in front of a barrage of cameras, and gave no indication that the spelling error (‘Gretsky’) had ruffled his feathers.

As the picture began to show up on Twitter news feeds everywhere, the team took down its tweets and issued a profuse apology to their guest. The Ontario native was gracious in his reply:

Unfortunately, the damage had been done. To round off a miserable day for the club, Arsenal won the match 2-1.

Misspelled sign leads to mayoral embarrassment

A sign advertising land for sale in Edmonton, Canada, led to a resigned Twitter response from the city’s mayor after a glaring typo went viral on the internet.

The advertising hoarding declared that a (more…)

Apple noted for its ‘coolness’

Electronics giant Apple has retained its position as the ‘coolest’ brand in the UK for a fourth consecutive year, now that the 2015 CoolBrands Top 20 has been published.

The annual survey, which is now (more…)

Apple iPhone launch sends world into frenzy

Apple has recently launched its latest iPhone product, the 6s, and it has the whole world waiting in anticipation.

Across the globe, people queued outside of (more…)

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