Social Roulette has a one in six chance of deleting your account. We like those odds.
Zuckerberg and crew have gotten approval to build a second gigantic campus with an underground tunnel to the first.
Facebook has just launched the latest salvo in its war with Google to take over your entire online life.
MySpace has finally relaunched and amazingly, it delivers on all the design beauty shown in the preview, breathing new life into a site many had left for dead.
Samsung has filed for a patent for "An apparatus and method (to) summarize a user's daily life information." The patent goes on to detail its "story generator," which hopefully churns out less wooden language than the patent application itself.
Have you checked out the military's own versions of Facebook or YouTube or Wikipedia recently? No? That's probably because they're heavily censored and restricted, which is just what you want with social and crowdsourced media, and this is why the Pentagon now wants its own version of Reddit, called Eureka. Makes sense, right? ...Right?
When sharing something online, I often face the ambivalent choice of whether to post it on Twitter of Facebook. With Twitter you can reach more people but it only supports linking, whereas a Facebook update can have pretty embedded photos and videos. Yesterday Twitter rolled out some new features, however, that make the two services more alike.
Whatever you decide to post on Twitter, the Tweet Sleeve will reveal your feelings to the physical world you're currently inhabiting. If the lights are green, the coast is clear and you're having a zip-a-de-doo-daa day. But look out when...
We heard rumblings about it yesterday, and today it has a name: Google Buzz. It'll be built into Gmail and Google maps, and it's like a location-aware version of Twitter. When you Buzz about something, Google's figured out how to...
Story time, kids! Once upon a time (July '08) in a corner of the web far, far away, a search engine named Cuil challenged Google. While claiming to search more pages of the net than anyone else, it was found...