Like many web users out there, PC Advisor is fond of micro-blogging service Twitter. Not only do we get to tell all you lovely web users what we get up to at PCA Towers, but we also love re-tweeting the musings of other web users. Here's some of our favourite tweets from this week.

Hacker hit UK PayPal Twitter account

Editor MattJEgan wanted to warn us all after hackers got access to PayPal's UK Twitter account and posted angry messages attacking the online payments system.

"Twitter account of PayPal UK hacked," he tweeted.

Avoid Wi-Fi sniffing

Managing editor pricivius wanted to point out the benefits of installing a free VPN tool such as Open VPN or Free VPN to tighten up security as you browse the web abroad and ensure nearby crooks won't be able to unearth your personal details.

"How to surf safely at a public Wi-Fi hotspot," his tweet read.

Virgin and Spotify join forces

Deputy news editor CarrieSkinner was excited by the deal between Virgin Media and Swedish music streaming service Spotify that will let the ISP's customers enjoy music through their TV.

"Virgin Media joins forces with Spotify. Deal will allow ISP's customers to stream music through their TVs," she said.

The world's best smartphone photographer

We couldn't wait to tell the Twitterverse about our quest to find the best smartphone photographer in the world! Even better, winners will get their hands on an Apple iPad 2, and a WD My Book Live NAS device.

"Send us your best photo taken on a smartphone to win an iPad and a WD My Book Live!," we tweeted.

Toshiba Qosmio glasses-free laptop

Associate editor RosieHattersley was keen to tweet about the Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D - a 15.6in Windows 7 laptop that can display 3D images which can be viewed without the need for special 3D glasses.

"Toshiba launches world's first glasses-free 3D laptop," she said.