If you’re one of the millions of people on a social networking Web site, you should be aware that the U.S. government may use the sites for undercover work. For most law abiding citizens, it won’t matter much, especially if … Continued
∞ Teen pleads guilty to blackmailing classmates on Facebook
Very unfortunate things like this have to happen. Report: Teen gets 15 years for Facebook blackmail [CNET]
∞ Facebook 3.1 iPhone app adds push notifications
Facebook on Wednesday released an update for its iPhone app, adding one of the most requested new features — push notifications.
∞ Facebook passes 100 million visitors in November
Do you visit Facebook? Many of us do visit the popular social networking site on a daily basis, contributing to a new high in Internet traffic.
∞ MacUpdate Promo kicks off with 11 apps for $49.99
Mac software update site, MacUpdate, is in full swing with its third annual holiday bundle, giving users a chance to save some money when buying applications.
∞ Oxford Dictionary's 2009 Word of the Year is 'unfriend'
Oxford Dictionary released its Word of the Year for 2009 and this year’s winner is one many of us are familiar with: unfriend.
∞ The Tweetie dilemma: Is it worth the $3 upgrade?
I was amazed to read all the people whining and complaining about having to pay $3 to upgrade to Tweetie 2.0.
∞ Seven social networking iPhone apps to get you started
People use their iPhones for all kinds of things like music, work, and phone calls, but one of the most popular things to do with the iPhone is social networking.