David Cohen

David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering the digital industry since 2009 and was previously editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.

Facebook Fan Box Launches

Facebook launched a widget that will allow users such as musical artists and celebrities to place the Facebook Fan Box on their Websites, TechCrunch reported. The Facebook Fan Box displays […]

Jolicloud Raises $4.2M in Funding

Speaking of new operating systems, Jolicloud raised $4.2 million in series-A funding from Atomico Ventures and Mangrove Capital Partners, TechCrunch reported. The company, founded by Netvibes founder and former CEO […]

Facebook Adds Events to Publisher Tool

Facebook users can now create events directly through the Publisher tool following an update by the social-networking service, TechCrunch reported. According to TechCrunch, after clicking on the “Events” icon, users […]

Reactions to Google Chrome Operating System

The new Google Chrome Operating System, which the search-engine giant is initially targeting for use in netbooks, is drawing reaction from all over the Web. “Speed, simplicity and security are […]

Skyfire Names Glueck CEO

Former Travelocity chief marketing officer Jeffrey Glueck joined mobile-browser creator Skyfire as CEO, TechCrunch reported. He succeeds Nitin Bhandari, who will become chief product officer. Bhandari will focus on expanding […]

Virtual Berlin Gets Real Euros

Berlin-based Metaversum, parent of Berlin-centric virtual-reality world Twinity, secured a €4.5 million venture round from existing backers Grazia Equity and Balderton, as well as newcomers BFB BeteiligungsFonds Brandenburg from InvestitionsBank […]

Burns Leaving Bebo for Parent AOL

Kate Burns, European vice president and managing director for social-networking platform Bebo, is shifting over to parent company AOL to lead its European ad-sales operations, paidContent:UK reported. Burns had basically […]

Wolff Speculates on Possible Twitter Buyers

Even though Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone have stated publicly that they have no interest in selling the social-networking company, Newser founder Michael Wolff told Yahoo! Tech Ticker […]

Michael Jackson Memorial Web Stats Rolling In

The statistics are beginning to roll in regarding the effects of Michael Jackson’s memorial service on Internet traffic. Akamai: Courtesy of GigaOM, Akamai said its network experienced its second-largest day […]

Technorati to Debut Twitterati Wednesday

Technorati will extend its reach to Twitter when it launches new site Twitterati Wednesday, TechCrunch reported. With the tag line, “Where the blogosphere meets the Twittersphere,” Twitterati will offer information […]