From movements like #MeToo and #LoveArmyForRohingya to moments like Trump's 'covfefe' gaffe and throw in some cough medicine - the past year provided its fair share of memorable moments on Twitter. Let's reflect on the tweets that were.
This week, the man who shut down Trump's Twitter for 11 minutes was revealed, Snapchat came up with less original ideas to survive, and Apple messed up with High Sierra installed on all Macs.
Snapchat is quite popular, but its parent company Snap Inc has severely disappointed investors. Shares tumbled 23 percent since its debut on the stock market in March – and analysts blame it on Snap Inc's business model.
The company posted net losses of more than $2 billion, and its increase in daily users is not enough to convince investors. Snapchat's parent company was the first tech IPO of 2017.
These globetrotting social media influencers have quit office jobs to travel around the world and share their experiences. They even get paid to live their dream. But is it really that much fun?
The valuation is more than double the size of rival Twitter and is the richest valuation in a US technology IPO since Facebook in 2012.
After it was turned down by Snapchat, Facebook replicates the company's popular features on its Instagram and WhatsApp. Whether FB will succeed in topping Snapchat is still unknown, after Snap's successful IPO and rising share prices.
Fikri Tosun, 21, luckily survived after he was hit in the leg and the arm by the Reina shooter who killed 39 people and injured dozens more.
The company says the sunglasses will allow users to "remember a memory the way they've experienced it".
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