Twitter fixes buggy update which caused worldwide crash
Social notworking site Twitter says it has fixed the buggy software which caused a worldwide outage yesterday.
Users from Scandinavia to Saudi Arabia to South Africa reported outages. India and Russia also suffered performance issues, according to a Twitter technical site.
Both Twitter’s Internet and mobile services began experiencing outages concentrated in northern Europe around 0820 GMT. Intermittent breakdowns later spread to the United States and Canada in the early part of their working day.