Twitter clearly believes that its Moments feature is going to help win back those users that won't stop jilting it. The company has launched the service in Australia and, according to iPhone in Canada, will bring it to, er, Canada by April. If you've never bothered to click through (and let's be honest, why would you) Moments aggregates breaking news events and memes that start on the site. The system is already available in the US, UK and Brazil, with plenty more locations surely to follow afterward. Which, we're sure, will do plenty to help fix the social network's increasingly toxic atmosphere, right?