Everybody wants to own an iPad, and most people today have reached a point where it is almost not possible to think about going for a whole 24 hours without the vital online social networking service known as Facebook. And yet, for all the iPad’s appeal, an official Facebook app has yet to hit the
Nobody likes to deal with changes made to the user-interface of any application as it usually involves some degree of relearning and getting used to the new interface presentation, along with the impression that interface changes typically results in certain usability features being broken in the process of doing so. However, it seems that such
What’s this? An online social networking service which actually dares to set an upper limit of how many friends you can have in the depths of cyberspace? This has got to be the biggest blasphemy in the world of online social networking right? Well, maybe not, if one takes into consideration what Path, a new
Ping, the social network for music from Apple iTunes, has partnered with Twitter to let users share their songs and discoveries with their friends, and even preview songs from iTunes within Twitter.
Consumers always want choice, and when Google was rumoured to be working on some kind of social networking service which would supposedly rival that of Facebook, the online world was abuzz with speculation. However, it turns out that the rumours were nothing more than rumours: Google has officially announced that it has no plans to
A long time ago in an announcement far, far away, former Netscape founder Marc Andreesen made waves when he expressed his intention to fund development of a completely new browser known as RockMelt. Now that a year has passed, it seems that the browser is finally ready (well, almost) to hit end-users. And from the
‘Face’ and ‘book’ may be common words in the English dictionary, but as far as Facebook is concerned, the act of using either of these two words for any online-related networking service constitutes an attack on its trademarks. And the latest website to get sued for doing so? An adult online social-networking site known as…you
Seems like almost everybody wants to work with Facebook. Recent news reported that the social networking giant is working with partners like Microsoft to let Bing users enjoy a more social experience, and Skype who would make it easier for users to communicate with friends and family on the social network.
Did you find yourself locked out of Facebook yesterday? If it happened to you, don’t worry: the popular social networking site has not resorted to banning our IP addresses. Instead, what actually happened was that the service was hit with a outage for about two and a half hours. So what actually went wrong?
Twitter may be a great way to inform friends about what one is currently doing in the form of short text messages, but is its service safe enough? That is a question you will have to ask yourself, especially after the popular service had been compromised yesterday by a hack which exposed users to pop-ups
Apple may have launched its new iTunes 10 with Ping, a social-networking feature which supposedly is compatible with Facebook, but the latter seemingly wants to have nothing to do with Apple. And in a surprising move, the online social networking site has blocked iTunes 10′s Ping service from its servers. What could be going on