Current Twitter trends: Nintendo 3DS, 'Pretty Little Liars'

Nintendo's new portable 3D gaming console, the 3DS, is the talk of the microblogs on the morning of June 16.

The Nintendo 3DS was announced at a press conference during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles on June 15 and has since risen to the top of Twitter's most talked about topics.

American TV series " Pretty Little Liars" is a new entry on the charts this week, trending in second place. "Pretty Little Liars" is followed by the "booksthatchangedmyworld" hashtag.

Heavy rains have flooded parts of Singapore's central business district and have turned the usually crowded Orchard Road into a "river." People are using their Twitter accounts to link to pictures of the water-locked road and resulting chaos, causing "Orchard Road" to trend in fourth place.

The term "#worldcup" moves down two places to number five. "Vuvuzela," the name of the noisy blowing horns used by fans at football matches in South Africa, also moves down the charts overnight and is now sitting in sixth place.

Honduras will go up against Chile in a World Cup match scheduled to take place later on Wednesday. "Honduras" is new on the charts in seventh place.

"Oil Spill" moves down one place to number eight, martial arts remake of the popular 1984 film by the name of " Karate Kid" is in ninth place, and "Gulf" is in tenth placeas Twitter users continue to discuss the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on June 16 at 9:30 AM GMT are:

1. Nintendo 3DS (new)
2. Pretty Little Liars (new)
3. #booksthatchangedmyworld (new)
4. Orchard Road (new)
5. #worldcup (-2)
6. Vuvuzela (-1)
7. Honduras (new)
8. Oil Spill (-1)
9. Karate Kid (new)
10. Gulf (new)

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