The popular microblogging service Twitter on Thursday launched a Japan-based mobile version, hoping to penetrate a country where other U.S. social networking sites including Facebook and MySpace have failed to capture much ground.
Japanese is Twitter’s sole foreign-language platform so far, and the company’s efforts here indicate it’s serious about making it big in Japan — and eventually all over the world.
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