Today, I’m excited to announce that now has its own unique URL shortener, which has officially debuted on Twitter.

Techloy joins leading technology sites such as TechCrunch (, Mashable ( and Engadget ( that have acquired their own unique URL shortener.’s URL shortener leverages on’s API and shortens a long URL to just 14 characters. will be used internally on and would be seen on Twitter and around the web. is not a service such as or, and as such is not available for public users at this time.

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