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(Ex) Facebook users in search of new social networks
(Ex) Facebook users in search of new social networks
As Facebook prepares to update investors on its performance in the first three months of the year, with analysts forecasting revenues up 36% on...
Twitter directors launch new online sharing sites
Twitter directors launch new online sharing sites
They inspired a boom in self-publishing with Blogger, then turned the world to 140 characters...
How much about you is online?
How much about you is online?
To state the obvious briefly, the internet giants are seriously big: Google is not only the world's largest search engine, it is also one of the...
Twitter valued at $8-billion after large investment
Twitter valued at $8-billion after large investment
Twitter, the microblogging website that lets users tweet messages of 140 characters or less, is now worth $8-billion (£4.9-billion). The firm's...
Changes in video games prompt optimism for 2011
Changes in video games prompt optimism for 2011
Video game makers leave behind a year of slow sales in 2010, but are hopeful that a new generation of games for tablet computers, mobile phones and...
Young, urban and hooked on MXit
Young, urban and hooked on MXit
While the middle-aged and middle-class have become ever more wrapped up in Facebook and Twitter, the rest of South Africa has been gravitating...
Is that a Gmail killer on the horizon?
Is that a Gmail killer on the horizon?
The tech world is bracing itself for a shake-up as rumours that Facebook is about to launch an email service to challenge Gmail reached fever...
Will the real Patrick Craven please stand up?
Will the real Patrick Craven please stand up?
You'd think the bio would give it away: "Born in the UK. Unable to achieve much, so emigrated to South Africa where I have used my communication...
Betwixt and betweet
Betwixt and betweet
A few months ago, I signed up to Twitter, not entirely convinced of its difference to Facebook, but I did it because it might be good for me as a...
Why did it all go wrong for the once fashionable social network?
Why did it all go wrong for the once fashionable social network?
Buying a fledgling social networking site is the quickest way for a giant corporation to gain credibility with a youthful audience, but it is also...
Will you be using Google Buzz?
Will you be using Google Buzz?
Whatever Google Buzz is, it's certainly got people talking.
The trouble with Twitter
The trouble with Twitter
In 2003, in an elaborate joke on New York's media-savvy, empty-headed hipsters, a journalist called Bill Wasik sent around an anonymous email...

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