Social Networking

Facebook 10 Years Later: From Dorm Project to Giant

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In the beginning, Mark Zuckerberg probably didn’t think thefacebook.com would radically change the Web. Boy, was he wrong. continue…

Facebook Wants to Become Your Daily Paper

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Facebook’s Paper app is part of the social network’s aggressive attempt to make itself into a content hub. continue…

Zuckerberg Wants Facebook to ‘Glue’ Internet of Things Together

Facebook’s services “should automatically extend to the Internet of Things,” he reportedly told a meeting of the Open Compute Project. continue…

Facebook Isn’t In a Death Spiral

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A new study suggests that Facebook, like a highly infectious disease, will “burn out” over the next few years. That’s probably not the case. continue…

How to Opt Out of Google’s New Gmail/G+ Integration

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The mass integration of Google+ contacts into Gmail could raise some privacy concerns. continue…

Is Jelly Redundant?

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Sure, it’s not like a conventional search engine. But you can replicate the new app’s functionality with pretty much any social network. continue…

Facebook’s New Video Ads Pose a Risk

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Social-network users don’t like obtrusive ads. It’s an open question how they’ll react to Facebook’s upcoming video-advertisement “test.” continue…

Twitter Shows How Not to Roll Out a New Feature

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Google Patents Method for Imitating You Online

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A new patent suggests Google’s exploring how to automate individuals’ social-networking activity. continue…

What Does Apple Want with Topsy?

At first glance, the company has little use for a startup that specializes in social analytics. continue…