Path Insists They are Inviting, Not Spamming

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
Path, the mobile social networking app that tries keeping up with the Facebooks and the Twitters, has recently announced it has reached 10 million registered users. They may want to check out how many of those are still using Path, especially with allegations of spamming have surfaced. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, Path users are limited to accepting only up to 150 friends, but they can share their life’s sta

Facebook Partners Up with Security Firms; Resells Antivirus in the Process

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
With close to 1 billion users, Facebook has been a target of shady techies armed with malware that would flood its users’ Timeline fake news or phishing links. Today, the largest social network has sealed a partnership with various online security companies, including McAfee, Trendmicro, Microsoft, Sophos, and Symantec to enhance its own URL blacklisting system; all while positioning itself as an antivirus s

Facebook User Growth Shows Signs Of Slowing Down

Monday, June 13th, 2011
Facebook is currently the most popular social networking site today. Its astounding growth have made its presence felt all over the world. But as with most things, it may be quite hard to sustain such growth all of the time. While the number of Facebook users still is increasing all over the world, its growth in terms of active users may be showing signs of slowing down. According to data collected by Inside Face

Facebook Trademarks “Face” Word

Friday, November 26th, 2010
Will wonders never cease. Top social networking site Facebook seems to be using its gargantuan influence in the online world in order to protect its own creation. According to TechCrunch, Facebook has recently been granted the rights to trademark the word “Face” by the U.S. Patent And Trademark Office. Quite a common word but yes, Facebook might be on the verge of having the rights to how the word is

Twitter Overtakes MySpace

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010
Twitter has become quite popular nowadays. And its popularity is even increasing now that more and more people are coming on board and join in the “Tweeting” habit. It has become so popular that it has even recently overtaken MySpace in terms of users. According to numbers from Comscore for last month, the four-year old micro blogging site has overtaken MySpace with 96 million unique visitors in August

Facebook Phone In The Works?

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
|There has recently been stories and reports over the Web about Facebook planning to make its own mobile phone or a similar device. It seems quite an odd bit of partnership for a popular social networking site to suddenly have plans to come up with its own mobile phone. Google did it with the Nexus One but somehow was met with low demand and was discontinued just this year. But will Facebook try to face the same r

Google Forging Slowly Towards Social Networking Path

Monday, September 20th, 2010
Google has been a company that’s been always trying something new. The online search giant is one of those tech companies known to leave its own mark in almost everything tech. It is no wonder, therefore that they are also trying to break into the social networking sphere online. It is no longer a secret in tech circles that Google has been making plans in entering the social networking field this time. One

Yahoo Set To Improve Email Service

Monday, September 13th, 2010
Yahoo has many unfortunate experiences recently. Aside from handing the reins of its popular search engine for Microsoft to operate, it has also been experiencing a dip in its Yahoo Mail users. Yahoo is addressing this concern by seeking to improve its mail service. Yahoo is set to improve its popular Web-based email service by trying to make it faster, sleeker design and better integration with social networking

Google Slowly Developing Online Social Presence

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
Online search giant may be slowly developing into something different. It is slowly entering into the social realm online instead of just focusing on its online search business. After all, giants like Google can only grow further by branching out into other markets and interests. The market that Google may likely concentrate on next would involve the ever growing social online world. With social networks like Face