Analysis: Applicants for jobs with the City of Bozeman, Montana, are expected to provide information about any social networking sites they're a part of, complete with passwords.
Analysis: A lot of sources offer advice on "connecting to your customers on Twitter." But these three companies really get it right.
The iGoogle Showcase lets you copy celebrity iGoogle pages to your own.
Analysis: After weeks of excess spam clogging their in-boxes, Gmail users report the problem has been getting even worse in the past few days.
Analysis: Pope's new Web site -- along with Facebook and iPhone apps -- help followers connect.
Analysis: Facebook is huge, and it just keeps getting bigger. Does your company need a Facebook fan page?
Analysis: Does the Intellius-Spock marriage signal a slippery slide toward an invasion of privacy?
Advice froma Pro: Don't rush to join a social networking site; and if you do, be sure you know why.
Analysis: Maybe Twitter hasn't jumped the shark, but expect a lot more soccer moms to show up.
Whatever happens, you can't dismiss tools like Twitter or Facebook too easily.
Analysis: Finally, an official excuse to use Twitter at work.
Social networking site is trying to drum up cash, but it's not all the company should be looking for.
Analysis: A report from the incubator for features that might one day make it into Google's free Web-based email service.
Two months after the launch of Apple's App Store few companies have created business-class apps. Find out what it takes to create iPhone software that takes advantage of the environment--and why at least one company says it's not worth the bother.
Need software for your corporate iPhone? Apple's App Store will whet your appetite, but ultimately will leave you hungry.