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Facebook is looking for new, and more inventive, ways of monetizing their 1 billion users, but they could come at the cost of the advertisers who provide Facebook with the majority of their money.
This is absolutely the best invention of all time! (Of all time!). It's a vest, that when you get a "like" through Facebook, inflates to give you a hug void of all human contact and real emotion.
Facebook has announced that it has stepped up its automated efforts in enforcing its Terms of Service by removing any "Likes" on pages that it claims violate its terms.
Google's new Preferred Sites feature allows users to set their web search preferences so that the search results match their unique tastes and needs when logged into their Google account. Users can add sites...
It seems gaming fans are not the only ones to notice that E3 should never have changed. EA has been taking steps by scheduling meetings with the Entertainment Software Association to discuss the problems of...
Ah, it is about time more major game studios and developers look towards episodic gaming. While they do that, Valve will be sitting pretty counting the cashola. Well maybe not, but you get my point...
The peace and love of Linux is wearing thin just as Microsoft puts its own twist on the open-source concept. In the escalating controversy that pits The SCO Group--owner of one of...
THE BUSH administration proposes to allow itself to wage cyber war on other nations if it feels threatened, according to a new draft version of its "National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace". The initial draft document...