Twitter has added a few new features to make Twitter even more useful with SMS. One of them is Fast Follow. Anyone in the US can now receive Tweets on their mobile phone even if they haven’t signed up for […]
If you’ve used Facebook, you might be aware of the “Recommended” feature. Twitter has now introduced a similar “Who To Follow” feature, a few days back. While Facebook recommends people or pages you’d like to connect with, the Twitter feature […]
Americans spend nearly a quarter of their time online on social networking sites and blogs, up from 15.8 percent just a year ago (43 percent increase) according to new research released today from The Nielsen Company.
Once you started using Facebook, users could not delete their accounts directly, you could only deactivate it! Now it appears that Facebook is testing a new feature which will allow users to delete their account directly from the Account Settings.
A Pakistani court has reportedly ordered a ban on nine leading websites, including Google, Yahoo, Hotmail, MSN, YouTube, Bing and Amazon, for publishing and promoting sacrilegious and blasphemous material.
Spindex brings you an overview of your entire social world in one page. With Spindex you can connect to Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, RSS, and Bing – with more services on the way. Communicate with your friends wherever they are. Find […]
Originally intended to be used in countries where high speed Internet connections are sparse or non-existant, apparently Facebook has realized there’s a real desire among all its users to have a smaller version of the service.
Facebook today announced that it has agreed to acquire FriendFeed, the innovative service for sharing online. As part of the agreement, all FriendFeed employees will join Facebook and FriendFeed’s four founders will hold senior roles on Facebook’s engineering and product […]
The global rise of Facebook is nothing less than astounding. In the month of June alone it gained 24 million unique visitors worldwide, compared to the month before, for a total of 340 million unique visitors worldwide.
White House has blocked online access to Twitter. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs made the admission today, while acknowledging that he does not Twitter because the world knows enough already about what he’s doing. Gibbs clearly doesn’t appreciate the […]