Archive | October, 2011

Ceglia told lawyer to ignore Facebook court order – Reuters

19 Oct

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ReutersCeglia told lawyer to ignore Facebook court orderReuters(Reuters) – The New York man claiming half of Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg’s stake in the social networking company told his lawyer not to comply with a court order to turn over…
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Twitter CEO: 250 million tweets a day–now what? – CNET

19 Oct

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CNETTwitter CEO: 250 million tweets a day–now what?CNETSAN FRANCISCO–Twitter CEO Dick Costolo took to the state of Web 2.0 Summit here tonight and, in a far-reaching conversation, talked bluntly about the 5-year-old company’s goals.
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LAPD detective under fire for posting murder scene photo on Twitter – Washington Post (blog)

19 Oct

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Daily MailLAPD detective under fire for posting murder scene photo on TwitterWashington Post (blog)On Twitter, Sal LaBarbera is a popular, jovial Los Angeles homicide detective known as the β€œLA Murder Cop.” But after he recently tweeted a photo to…
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Tech vets launching new social media platforms – San Francisco Chronicle

19 Oct

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Reuters BlogsTech vets launching new social media platformsSan Francisco ChronicleVeteran tech entrepreneur Bill Gross is launching a social media platform that hopes to gain users by organizing itself around specific interests instead of the wider…
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Netflix Wanting Facebook Link Seeks to Ease Disclosure Ban – BusinessWeek

16 Oct

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Netflix Wanting Facebook Link Seeks to Ease Disclosure BanBusinessWeekThat two-decade-old law is now the target of lobbying by online video provider Netflix Inc., which says the measure is blocking its deal with Facebook Inc.
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Facebook Gets More +1 Clicks Than Google Plus – AllFacebook

16 Oct

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AllFacebookFacebook Gets More +1 Clicks Than Google PlusAllFacebookGoogle Plus users have clicked the +1 button for the homepage of which social network most? If you guessed Google Plus, you guessed incorrectly.
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Could Facebook be your next software vendor? β€” Cloud Computing …

16 Oct

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Over the past couple years, Facebok has released details on a number of its internal efforts to automate and simplify the management of its massive infrastructure. As reliance on web applications and cloud services become …
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