Google launches Speak2Tweet service to cope with Internet outages in Syria




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Google launches Speak2Tweet service to cope with Internet outages in Syria

Allows the service to send tweets to Twitter via dial-up


Google announced via her blog in Arabic activated for the Speak2Tweet service to citizens from inside Syrian territory and that allows you to send tweets to social networking “Twitter” voice over the phone, in order to meet the overall Internet outages suffered by Syria since yesterday.

Google has provided a range of international numbers that users can from inside Syria contacted through any landline phone or laptop. Where the user can make the connection after dialing 1 to record his voice and then # code so that the message is twitter on the account . It also can listen to recorded messages over the Internet through the same account or by telephone by calling the same numbers as the numbers.

And suffer Syria since yesterday evening of uninterrupted full for the Internet, while according to some news sites close to the Syrian regime and working outside of Syria said in a statement attributed to SANA, that the reason for interruption of Internet services and telecommunications is “a malfunction in the optical cable” without any further clarification. However, the Syrian activists on social networking point the finger at the Syrian regime deliberately cut off the Internet, where he owns a central control over the network within the country.

It is noteworthy that the interruption of the Internet coincided with a break in the terrestrial communications services and cellular disproportionately in the country, while activists pointed to the return of some of the services terrestrial and mobile phone to work in a number of cities this morning.

The Internet in Syria has witnessed several interruptions since the start of the Syrian revolution against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad, the most recent outage, which lasted for more than two days at the end of November last year .
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