Current Twitter trends: Super Junior Trot, Gmail, Click
Thursday 25 February 2010
Korean boy bands are back in the top end of Twitter's trending topics on Thursday, February 25.
Super Junior-Trot, otherwise known as Super Junior-T, are a sub-group of the popular Korean boy band Super Junior. Super Junior-T are highly regarded in Korea for their "trot songs" (trot songs are recognizable for their distinctive background "trotting" beat and are one of the oldest forms of Korean pop music).
The vibrant fan following of Super Junior-T fans are using Twitter to congratulate the band on their third anniversary.
An article about Gmail Lab features on technology blog Mashable has been retweeted around the social network Thursday morning. Google announced it was going to implement six Gmail features that had been trialed in its Gmail Labs (Google's Gmail testing environment where everyday users can opt to help Google test new mail features) and retire five others.
The term "Click" appeared at number eight in Twitter's most talked about topics list on February 25. "WARNING Clicking on DMs saying: "This you???? http://..." will hack your account! Do NOT click these links!" wrote users warning of phishing scams spreading through the Twittersphere.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on February 25 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #nowplaying (unchanged)
2. #SuperJuniorTrot (new)
3. #nothingworsethan (new)
4. #ThatsYouHuh (new)
5. #forUs (new)
6. Gmail Retires 5 (new)
7. #its2010whyyoustill (-5)
8. Click (new)
9. #uever (new)
10. My Top Subjects (new)
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