Twitter launches own photo-sharing tool - CNN.com
Twitter has launched its own photo-sharing tool, offering a native version of a feature that until now was mostly the domain of third-party apps like Twitpic and yfrog.
The feature first began trickling out to users after it was introduced in June. Twitter said this week that it has been made available to everyone on the site.
When a user clicks in the "What's Happening?" box, a camera icon now appears at the bottom. The user can click it to add an image to the tweet.
Twitter's photo-sharing is powered by Photobucket, which will host all uploaded images.