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January 4, 2010

@CNNTech is now on Twitter

Posted: 06:34 PM ET

Hey there Internet! Just like Shaq, Ellen, Britney and the gang, CNN's technology team is now on Twitter.

What could this glorious new Twitter feed be named, you ask?

Well, we decided to be really zany. We named it @CNNTech!

Luckily, this new feed comes just in time for our coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas, Nevada. Look for updates from CNN writers and producers like John D. Sutter, Brandon Griggs and Valerie Streit, who will find all of the latest and greatest gadgets from the oversize tech show.

It won't stop at CES. We'll keep posting our latest tech stories, cool tech links and observations. Will Google announce a new phone on Tuesday? Check back at our site - http://www.cnn.com/tech - and on our Twitter feed to find out.

Follow us if you like, and let us know what you think! Twitter's all about the conversation, so feel free to join ours.

–The CNN Tech Team

Filed under: technology • Twitter


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Carol   January 10th, 2010 2:04 pm ET

I would love CNN to pursue "keeping them honest" on this article. The anti-terrorist steps being taken by the Airline industry is scaring me to death.

http://tinyurl.com/ydfj3tm

Culture change has always been alarmist in the name of attracting attention to global issues. Their articles about Peak Oil and Climate Change are both factual and foretelling, with an entertaining edge.


HomeDesign   January 26th, 2010 11:02 pm ET

I think this is a good thing. Jack Welch used to say that anything really important could be summarized into one page and Twitter just carries that to about 3 short lines. It requires skill to summarize your day's important activities and distill them into about 140 characters. I know CNN will do a great job; your writers are top notch. http://www.homearchitects.com


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