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Spotify Lands in the U.S.

Facebook is often cited in the United States as a great example of how big ideas flourish in free societies. In Europe the frequently cited example is Spotify. Spotify is considered such a success from entrepreneurship that British Prime Minister David Cameron used Spotify as an example to describe how big ideas flourish in free societies at the Davos summit… Read more


Mashable Follow – Mashable Turning Into Social Site

Mashable introduces its own social layer called “Mashable Follow”. The new social layer is its beta stage. Hope this new social layer will help mashable readers to scale down the whole website into a section that only provides the kind of information they’re most interested in. Social curation is the one area that is being focused by mashable. The follow… Read more


Be Part of Single Social Graph with One True Fan

One True Fan is a new social media start-up that use social gaming technique to make users part of the single social graph. Social gaming is expected to be the next biggest thing as it integrates with social media. The game theory used in the website makes it stand out from other networks. The check-in’s you perform on every website… Read more

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Social Search Beyond Limits – Discover Social Content with Yahoo! KPost

Yahoo has launched its latest product idea “Yahoo! KPost” in Hong Kong and Korea. From now on Yahoo users in Hong Kong and Korea can use KPost to share and find up-to-date information through KPost. Yahoo KPost combines both search and social media results and give users a better way to find the latest updates as they search for relevant… Read more

3 comments – Making Interlingual Social Networking Easy

Have you ever found yourself wishing your international friends could understand your status updates, so that people all over the world could know that your back is hurting or that you’re really drunk, no matter what language? No me neither, but apparently for some people it’s a real problem (must be why none of the big networks have installed their… Read more

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Social Media Web in the USA is Different from the Rest of the World

Although the concept is incredibly popular, and gaining more and more followers every day, social media web activity differs drastically from one country to the next. How much it differs, however, is about more than just the obvious… For starters, there is the difference in access to Internet. In many countries, owning a computer is merely a dream for most… Read more

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China Cracking Down on the Net

Unless you have been living under a rock, you are aware that Google stopped censoring content on it’s Chinese version of Google. Not only that but it began redirecting searches to the Hong Kong version of the website.… Read more

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Haiti Disaster Brings out the Scam Bags

There are three things I cannot stand, someone who steals from the elderly, someone who steals from a child and someone who steals from the unfortunate. Yes I don’t like stealing at all, I despise it actually, but these three require a special place in hell.… Read more

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MJ Dies, Social Networks Buckle

Michael Jackson’s death not only affected millions of fans worldwide this week, but he nearly brought half the Internet down with him. Within minutes of TMZ breaking the story, traffic on Twitter spontaneously doubled, while Facebook updates tripled. Widespread slowdowns and outages plagued entire networks, with a mass effect not seen since the Google Failure earlier this year.… Read more


The Social Media Revolution

Social media may have begun with a strong preference toward the social aspect, but the other half of its namesake has shown to be prevalent in more recent times. Many used to see the various sites, applications and services of social media as toys, but its pervasive presence in the events ongoing in Iran at this very moment seem to… Read more