Twitter hit by technical fault on eve of Olympics

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Parts of Twitter became inaccessible a day before thousands of fans are expected to start tweeting about the Olympic Games.

The site was unreachable for almost an hour, and continued to suffer intermittent faults thereafter.

The service was still accessible via its mobile site and other applications.

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