Posts tagged “Social Media”
Opinion from Vivek Wadhwa: Is Quora a trend or a fad? Likely, the latter. What is more likely to happen and makes far more sense is that a new generation of private, gated communities will grow and evolve. This is where people with common interests will gather and exchange ideas.
In its new cybersecurity report, the networking giant says spam declined for the first time in 2010. Cybercriminals also are targeting non-Windows operating systems and mobile applications. Plus, "money mules" are trafficking looted funds.
The words you write on Twitter can tell people more than just the status of your relationship or how you like the latest Bon Jovi CD. It may just indicate not only how you're living, but where you're living in the U.S., study finds.
The owner of the world's largest Internet social network, privately held since it started in a Harvard University dorm room seven years ago, will be forced to open its books because it expects to have more than 500 shareholders at some point this year.
At Consumer Electronics Show, CEO John Chambers showcases a set-top box that he says will link the web and cable TV programs. But the reaction is mixed.
Analysis: Facebook remains a private company and does not have to disclose its financial performance yet, but estimates of its annual revenue have been in the $2-3 billion range, and with only one viable revenue stream (advertising) open to date, Facebook seems to be poised to rapidly accelerate its revenue and profitability in the years ahead.
A reported investment by Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor of $500 million in Facebook is a further sign that the social networking behemoth is becoming a powerful force even outside tech circles, even as the company tries to push off going public as long as possible.
Tribal officials first contacted Apple about getting Cherokee on the iPhone three years ago. Apple's reputation for innovation gave the tribe hope.
A series of updates to the Microsoft search engine are designed to help Bing gain ground on Google.