Twitter has expanded the global coverage of its Trends feature, which lets users track breaking news and hot topics that are most relevant to them, to more than 160 new locations, including (and for the first time) Belgium, Greece, Kenya, Norway, Poland, Portugal and the Ukraine.
Additionally, more than 130 new cities have also been added to existing countries that are supported by Trends.
Users can now choose from 43 different countries.
Click on a country to drill further down into Trends on a city-by-city basis, where available, including the USA:
To change your Trends settings, visit Twitter.com and click on the Change button in the Trends widget on the left sidebar.
(Source: Twitter Blog.)
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