Facebook is a virtual community where users can interact, play games, grow virtual crops, and even give each other gifts. With more than one billion users worldwide, Facebook might just be the most powerful network at present. This year, gift giving goes from virtual to real as the world’s leading social media company launches its Facebook Gifts - a feature that allows users [...]
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eBay’s Fall Seller Update has some sad news for the occult-minded. Beginning in September, numerous changes will be launched to help deliver the “quality and service ecommerce buyers expect.” The changes will streamline many of the categories, making it easier to find items. For example, the Computers/Tablets & Networking section will receive the new subsection iPad/Tablet/eBook Accessories including twelve new [...]
The hacktivist group Anonymous claims to have attacked Sony once again, acquiring a 50GB database of user information, but it appears to be a hoax.
Are you one of those that have 1,000+ friends on Facebook? Do you actually have 1,000 friends in real life? Nothing against you, but you probably don't.
The city of Philadelphia was aglow as it welcomed 13 teens from across the globe, all winners in the National Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Digital Arts Contest.
Talk about smashing through the glass ceiling: Marissa Mayer, the newly minted CEO of Yahoo!, managed to score the job despite having several strikes against her—or so the media coverage goes. In fact, given the high turnover of CEOs in the recent past, Yahoo! was as much in need of an image makeover as the GOP was when it brought [...]
An Israeli law center, Shurat HaDin, is threatening to sue Twitter unless it shuts down an account that the center says belongs to Hezbollah. The center describes itself this way: Shurat HaDin—Israel Law Center is an Israeli based civil right organization and world leader in combating the terrorist organizations and the regimes that support them through lawsuits litigated in courtrooms [...]
GoDaddy has long been king of kings of domain registrars, and even when CEO Bob Parsons shot an elephant and crowed about it on video, most non-PETA-affiliated users didn’t flee. But when GoDaddy trumpeted its support of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), users took notice. SOPA was proposed by Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), who probably has a lot in [...]