Facebook’s announcement of that they will be unveiling a “big idea” this Thursday has brought along a lot of speculation as to what big blue has planned for us, some have suggested that they will be unveiling a Google Reader replacement while today news has started spreading, supposedly from insiders, that the company is bringing…
Social networks seem to be all the rage nowadays, but their is still one thing that is in short supply; business-minded social networks such as LinkedIn. Apparently the Wall Street Journal is trying to change that with a planned business social network of their own.
Rumours of Twitter launching a music service has been flying around for quite some time, rumours which were confirmed yesterday when Twitter announced its acquisition of the music discovery service We Are Hunted. Twitter Music will supposedly go online later today.
YouTube co-founder, Chris Hurley, today teased a new social video sharing site called MixBit after announcing last month that he would be launching a new video sharing site in the near future.
New buildings seem to be the new faff for large, well-known companies nowadays; first Apple then Google, now Facebook. Facebook has gotten the go ahead to construct a new campus in Menlo Park, California.
Almost seven years after launching, Twitter has finally received a patent describing itself in its entirety, including things such as sent messages that aren’t destined to a recipient. The patent was filed in 2007 describing Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone as the inventors.