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June 14, 2011

Premium Lock 'Community' stars, Lenovo team up for youth volunteer effort

Scavenger Hunt Stars Alison Brie and Danny Pudi from the NBC hit comedy launch a community service "Scavenger Hunt" along with DoSomething.org and the world's No. 4 PC maker.

June 9, 2011

Premium Lock Twitter offers automatic link shortening tool

Twitter      After you type a link, Twitter will automatically shorten it to 19 characters, starting with "t.co." Unlike other shortening services, though, readers of the tweet won't see the "t.co" version but the actual website you'd be going to, whether it's YouTube.com or a personal blog.

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June 3, 2011

Premium Lock Facebook's Zuckerberg: Documents in lawsuit are fakes

Facebook A New York man claims he has rights to half of Facebook based on "work-for-hire" agreement and emails.

June 1, 2011

Premium Lock 'Call of Duty' game franchise goes social

Activision is turning its popular shooter series of games into a network that's part Facebook, matchmaker and organized sports.

A sniper takes aim in "Call of Duty" A sniper takes aim in "Call of Duty"

June 1, 2011

Premium Lock Ex-Google CEO on Facebook threat: 'I screwed up'

Google Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt says he erred in not mounting a challenge to the social media giant.

May 31, 2011

Premium Lock LinkedIn opens Asian headquarters in Singapore

LinkedIn The career networking website also has offices in Australia and Singapore.

May 31, 2011

Premium Lock Hackers crack PBS website, post phony Tupac story

Hackers PBS confirmed early Monday morning on its official Twitter account that the website had been hacked. The phony story had been taken down as of Monday morning. It had been posted on the site of the "PBS NewsHour" program.

May 27, 2011

Premium Lock Diplomatic crisis? Try Twitter to connect, not hotline

Twitter      The jury's out on whether Twitter diplomacy will lead to more insight into what governments are up to. Given the embarrassment caused by WikiLeaks' releases of U.S. diplomatic cables, foreign affairs officials are likely to be cautious about discussing matters of state online. But Twitter is growing more popular.

Updated May 26, 2011

Premium Lock Twitter pays between $40M-$50M for TweetDeck

Twitter      TweetDeck lets Twitter users organize the brands, celebrities, news feeds and people they "follow" on the short messaging platform.

May 23, 2011

Premium Lock Daily deal sites are a hit with shoppers, businesses

Deal-a-day websites blast email offers for deep discounts, sometimes good for only a few hours. And they're becoming so popular that their offices are starting to look as crowded as their subscribers' inboxes.

It's party time for dail deal sites. It's party time for dail deal sites.

May 20, 2011

Premium Lock Venture capitalists cash in on LinkedIn IPO

LinkedIn The company's founder and his venture capital investors now have ownership stake topping $5 billion after Thursday's IPO on Wall Street.

May 19, 2011

Premium Lock LinkedIn to debut with $4B value in IPO

LinkedIn The business-focused social media site makes its Wall Street debut today at $45 a share in the biggest IPO since Google.

Updated May 18, 2011

Premium Lock Investors clammoring to get in on LinkedIn IPO

LinkedIn The demand to buy a piece of LinkedIn is so intense that the 8-year-old company is expected to make its stock market debut Thursday with a value of at least $4 billion. That would make LinkedIn's initial public offering of stock the biggest by a U.S. Internet company since Google Inc. went public in 2004.

May 16, 2011

Premium Lock Tweet this: Lawsuit shows power of Twitter feeds

Teenager sues partner who launched popular Harry Potter fan site in dispute over rights to a celebrity feed of celebrity tweets.

Figting over Twitter feed rights  Figting over Twitter feed rights

May 13, 2011

Premium Lock Facebook must face suit over user information disclosure

Facebook The plaintiffs claim in the lawsuit that, when Facebook users click on advertisements, their identification or usernames are transmitted to the advertisers. Advertisers can obtain users' names, genders and pictures without their consent, they said.

Updated May 13, 2011

Premium Lock Raleigh seeks community ideas for use of technology

Information technology CityCamp Raleigh is a three-day event designed to solicit feedback about development of "next-generation solutions" to enable the city "to do more with less."

May 13, 2011

Premium Lock Facebook-Google rivalry intensifies with a PR fiasco

Facebook In a twist seemingly out of a Hollywood thriller, Facebook hired a prominent public relations firm to try to plant stories harshly criticizing Google's privacy practices in leading news outlets. The efforts backfired when the firm approached a blogger who not only declined the assignment, but also went public with the offer.

Updated May 10, 2011

Premium Lock Google exec who helped spark Egyptian revolt lands book deal

Google "Revolution 2.0" will tell the story of Wael Ghonim whose Facebook page was a key element in uprising.

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