Twitter took 4 years to reach 10 billionth tweet, less than 5 months to double it.

Amplify’d from www.bbc.co.uk
Twitter took four years to reach its 10 billionth tweet, in March this year, and less than five months to double it.

Twitter, the social networking site which lets users say something in up to 140 characters, has had its 20 billionth message posted.

Twitter is expected this year to open its first dedicated data centre, in the US state of Utah.

The company hopes the data centre will help prevent service overloads, which have been a particular problem during major sporting events like the recent football World Cup.

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