Archive for the ‘Social Networking’ Category

Google Plus Doubles Membership

Google CEO Larry Page gave a statistic that surprised many people during last week’s quarterly earnings call. He stated that Google+ now has 90 million users, which is double what it had three months ago. But going even further, he claimed that 60 percent of those users are engaged daily, and 80 percent weekly.   […]

Google+ to Support Pseudonyms

Google’s social vice president Vic Gundotra stated that Google+ will soon begin allowing people to use pseudonyms. People lobbied against Google’s requirements that people use their real names, and Google folded. However, they did not state when the pseudonyms will be supported. Speaking at the Web 2.0 Summit this week, Gundotra said “We plan to […]

High-Profile Google+ Account Verification Has Begun

Google+ has started verifying the accounts of high-profile users, such as celebrities, and is publicly flagging them next to the users’ names, the company announced today. When users visit the page of a celebrity or public figure, there will be a checkmark next to the name once it has been verified, similar to Twitter’s official […]

MySpace Sold for Huge Loss

Social networking is not always the get-rich-quick scheme. It’s not all fun and games, parties, and wiring in to code. Your ideas must be outstanding, unique, and superior to that of your competition. This is what Facebook has done to MySpace, improving on nearly ever aspect of social networking. That being said, MySpace has been […]

Twitter Starts Launching New Interface

The first major interface overhaul in Twitter’s history was announced on Tuesday. Knowing its interface is pretty limited right now, Twitter’s new interface adds so many new features that will help its users stay connected. The biggest change: the main interface now has two columns, and reminds me of how the iPad version of Twitter […]

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