There's a good chance that if you didn't access Facebook or Twitter last year, you do today.
After being noticeably absent from his company's own social network, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt finally has joined the ranks of Google+ users.
It's a good year to be a social networking site.
Facebook has acquired friend.ly, a start-up that created a Facebook app designed to help users pose questions to online friends.
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Tributes to Apple's co-founder continue online and elsewhere Wednesday night.
A brokerage and investment banking firm downgraded Google from "buy" to "hold" because of the growing threat from social media companies like Facebook.
Microsoft announced several new automatic features aimed at cleaning up Hotmail accounts and helping users organize piles of so-called graymail.
The news alliance makes ABC News the main news provider on Yahoo News, supplying interviews, stories, and videos to the site's 100 million-plus users.
Target's Web site is still struggling after it crashed earlier Tuesday when online shoppers flooded the site to get in on a low-priced line of high-fashion clothes and accessories.
The social networks lit up with information, resources, and tales of those dealing with the hurricane.
The social networking site provides an alternative to completely blocking a sometimes annoying Google Circle buddy.
Other major vendors will almost certainly be looking for a way to get a bigger piece of the hardware pie.
Google has been pushing hard to work its way into the enterprise, but it remains to be seen whether that effort will be aided by this week's acquisition of Motorola Mobility.
Google executives see a great future in mobility, both for computing and for the company, and they're willing to pay a lot for the power they think that will bring them in the mobile market.