And now for something different, Carbon for Twitter is a new client on Android.
Twitter's big API changes have been causing all kinds of problems for third party Twitter clients, but they aren't the only ones affected by Twitter's new outlook on life. According to Buzzfeed, third party image hosts are in danger as well.
You have the Twitter, you say? And you're following all us Gizmodo tweeters religiously? If not, we're right over there on the left.
There've been some reports about an upcoming "Twitpocalypse" in which Twitter would finally crash and burn due to the limitations of a 32-bit signed integer. Allegedly, Twitter will collapse once the number of tweets passes 2,147,483,647.