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Thread: Twitter Launches its own URL Shortening Service - T.co

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    Twitter Launches its own URL Shortening Service - T.co

    Twitter announced yesterday that it has launched its own URL shortening service, T.co, that will be integrated into its Twitter service. It appears that the service will not, at least initially, be available for use in non-Twitter applications. Services like these are used by people to create shorter URLs that are more friendly to mobile and take up less space in text messages.
    Source: http://www.techticles.com/twitter-ne...g-service.page

    Twitter describes about the service: http://support.twitter.com/entries/109623

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    Junior Member Alice_Ink's Avatar
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    That's pretty nice. I really like the fact that the service checks the links for malicious intent. With other shortened links you just don't know what you may be clicking on.

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    Talk about a short domain name (T.co). I wonder if anyone would make a typo on this one and type in T.com

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