Would Google Build a Mobile Network?

Mobile Entertainment, along with the rest of the industry, is wondering if Google is planning to build its own cellular network. Google has been lobbying the US government about is […]

A New Twist to Groups

Have you joined so many groups that it is hard to sort through them from your profile? Thanks to the new Top Groups application visitors to your profile can now […]

Verizon Kicks In Easier YouTube Uploads

RCR Wireless News is reporting that Verizon just signed another exclusive deal with YouTube. This time around, the new agreement lets subscribers record video with their phones and upload the […]

The Collision of Social and Professional Worlds

Last night I was reading Megan Berry’s article about how her social and professional lives are beginning to overlap. There has been a sudden influx of Facebook users that are […]

Zuckerberg Heads to Court

Mark Zuckerberg and his team of lawyers are headed to court today in Boston where a judge will determine the fate of a copyright infringement suit filed by ConnectU. As […]

Facebook Gets A New CFO

According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook has just hired a new chief financial officer. Gideon Yu, the prior CFO at YouTube has now found employment at Silicon Valley’s most […]

Tool to Download Music from RADIO.BLOG.CLUB, imeem, iJigg

I discovered very great tool to download mp3 music files from three popular music sites – radio.blog.club, imeem and iJigg. By just entering artist or song name you are able […]

Initial iPhone Sales Solid, Fall Short of Expectations

AT&T reported today that they activated 146,000 new iPhones in the first 48 hours of its release, CNET News Blog is reporting. Blogger Marguerite Reardon notes that while that number […]

Will the ConnectU/Facebook lawsuit go away tomorrow?

What at first glance seemed like a minor thorn in Facebook’s legal side comes to a major turning point tomorrow in Boston, where a judge will decide whether to allow […]

Guy Kawasaki Catches the Facebook Bug

Word on the street was that Guy Kawasaki wasn’t interested in getting involved with Facebook applications a few weeks ago. With the launch of the Truemors application it looks like […]