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Google+ tops for 'real-life streaming'

The social network and growing competitor of Facebook does non-annoying location remembering and sharing with some surprising features.

Hands on with Facebook Home and the HTC First smartphone

At first glance, Facebook Home and the HTC First look like good bets for social butterflies, but power users and those who don't like 24/7 connectivity may opt out.

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Facebook's Home launcher for Android creates 'Facebook Phone'

Facebook's new Home launcher for Android is available April 12 as a software download from Google Play. HTC will intro the first phone to include Home, the $100 HTC First, on April 12 as well.

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How to build a social media command center

These 10 apps are must-haves for any person or small business seeking to master the social media universe.

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Is this the face of Facebook's new phone?

In advance of Thursday's Facebook event, Android Police has reportedly found a leaked version of a smartphone running a forked version of Android that's built entirely around Facebook's social networking service.

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Listen for the next big thing on Twitter: #TwitterChats

Twitter chats invite anyone with the right hashtag to join your conversation. It's a great tool for businesses looking to start a dialogue.

Facebook starts testing targeted ads in News Feed

Facebook has started displaying targeted ads in some users' desktop News Feeds in a test of Facebook Exchange ad delivery system.

Facebook woos serious gamers

If 2012 was the year of arcade, casino and hidden object games on Facebook, such as "Diamond Dash," "Bubble Witch Saga" and "Bubble Safari," the social network hopes 2013 will be the year of more immersive, strategy-oriented games.

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Make your business shine online: 8 steps to boost visibility

Getting seen on the Web can feel next to impossible. Here's how your small business can overcome the odds and stand out from the crowd.

Why smartphones are the rightful kings of social media

Social networks are leaving the PC behind as they chase the growing mobile market, and that's for the best.

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