Amidst the slew of Google announcements this week, one that really made me sit up in my chair concerned a new mobile service called Google Goggles.
Gartner says companies should embrace Facebook and other social networks for better business.
Smaller, local social networks are nipping at Facebook's heels around the world despite its current powess.
Imagine, if you will, an alternate Internet reality. A strange reality, in which online sales involve mandatory visits to brick-and-mortar stores.
Overhyped technology poster child of 2009, meet your counterpart from 2006.
Don't you hate it when perfectly good hypotheses are proven wrong? The media measurement folks at Nielsen had just such an experience.
Linden Lab says its virtual world long outpaced any social network service.
SEC may be concerned with tweets that potentially conflict with SEC regulations on corporate communications.
An early morning blog post by Facebook's Ted Ullyot has noted the preliminary results of the site governance vote.
The online genealogy site credits TV and online ads for helping it grow revenue 18 percent in 2008.
We're in an age in which high-powered smartphones and mobile Internet access are rapidly becoming the norm. It hasn't always been that way, though.
Linden Lab's two top execs admit that the in-world experience still takes too long for new users to master.
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