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  • News: Twitter brings more media content into tweets

    Twitter announced partnerships with several media outlets on Wednesday that will allow users to see a preview of the website being linked to in their Twitter feed.

  • News: LinkedIn: No account breaches in wake of hack

    Social networking site LinkedIn has revealed details of attempts to increase security in the wake of 6.5 million usernames and hashed passwords being published on a Russian hacker forum.

  • News: Google+ looks poised to roll out social ads

    Due to a reporting error, the story "Google+ looks poised to roll out social ads," posted Wednesday, misstated Daina Middleton's title. It is global CEO.

  • News: Google+ looks poised to roll out social ads

    Google may soon bring business-to-business "social ads" to its Google+ social networking platform, according to a recent job listing for a product marketing manager for social ads launch marketing.

  • News: Apple's Ping Social Network to Shutter, Report

    Apple will soon shut down its music-focused social network Ping in favor of partnerships with Facebook and Twitter, according to an online report. Since its launch with iTunes 10 about 21 months ago, Ping has failed to gain much traction with users. Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted as much earlier in June during an interview at the D10 conference saying that most Apple customers have decided not to "put a lot of energy" into Ping.

  • News: Chambers: We Should Have Killed Cisco Cius Earlier

    SAN DIEGO -- Cisco should have shuttered Cius nine months before it did, CEO John Chambers told reporters at the CiscoLive! conference here this week.

  • News: Twitter Trends to reflect feeds users follow

    Twitter's Trends feature will begin to display lists customized for each user based on the feeds that user follows, the company said Tuesday.

  • News: Facebook expands integration with WordPress

    Facebook unveiled on Tuesday a plugin for the WordPress blogging tool that offer expanded integration between the two.

  • News: FTC: Data broker Spokeo to pay $800,000 for selling personal data to employers for background checks

    The Federal Trade Commission today said data broker Spokeo will pay $800,000 to settle FTC charges it sold personal information it gathered from social media and other Internet-based sites to employers and job recruiters without taking steps to protect consumers required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • News: Channel Partners of India Shy Away From Social Media?

    Social Media is a buzzword in global IT. Researchers and ITcompanies are full of praise for social media and its significance but theground reality, especially on the channel front, is little different.

  • News: Facebook trolls persist in spite of High Court ruling

    A British woman who won a landmark case to force Facebook to reveal the identities of internet trolls is still suffering online abuse.

  • News: Facebook Claims on Policy Change Vote Turnout Stir Image Problem

    Facebook gave itself an image problem it doesn't need by declaring it's "pretty disappointing" only a small minority of its users voted on its proposed privacy policy changes. The low turnout could have been its intent all along since it didn't do a very good job alerting people to the vote.

  • News: Users give Facebook's privacy changes a thumbs down

    Voting on Facebook's proposed changes to its privacy policy concluded Friday morning Pacific time, with voters delivering a strong rebuke of the proposed changes but falling far short of the turnout the company required to consider the vote binding.

  • News: Users give Facebook's privacy changes a thumbs down

    Voting on Facebook's proposed changes to its privacy policy concluded Friday morning Pacific time, with voters delivering a strong rebuke of the proposed changes but falling far short of the turnout the company required to consider the vote binding.

  • News: Facebook App Center: Hands On

    Facebook recently launched App Center, the social network's take on an app store offering a centralized place to find more than 600 Facebook and Facebook-related apps. Think of App Center as one part showcase for mobile apps and third-party sites that use Facebook logins, and one part discovery hub for games and other features you can use inside Facebook.com.

  • News: China tightens Internet controls, real-name system to expand

    China on Thursday unveiled a draft of new Internet regulations that, if finalized, will force the nation's Twitter-like social networking platforms, along with all the blogs and online forums to require users to register with their official IDs.

  • News: Facebook launches App Center

    Facebook took its App Center live on Thursday at a slick media event in San Francisco, announcing a handful of previously undisclosed features.

  • News: Foursquare launches major redesign

    Foursquare on Thursday launched a major redesign of its app for the iPhone and Android devices, incorporating features from social discovery and local search applications, as well as the "like" feature made famous by Facebook.

  • News: LinkedIn Password Breach Spawns Spam Campaign

    A data breach at LinkedIn, the business-oriented social networking site, has spawned a spam campaign that tries to take advantage of users worried that their passwords were among the 6.46 million posted on the Internet.

  • News: Rapid response to LinkedIn breach key, security experts say

    Social networking site acknowledged breach on Wednesday, but the company has more damage control to do -- and fast



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