The micro-blogging platform Twitter is going to launch their own photo sharing service. The new service is going to compete with the existing TwitPic and Yfrog services that have established over the recent years.
Yahoo!’s social bookmarking service Delicious has a future again. The original founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, acquire the Delicious service as part of their new web company AVOS.
After five days, Egypt is partially back online: According to multiple sources, Web access works in the capital Cairo as well as in Alexandria. Obviously, Twitter and social networks are still blocked and can only be used with workarounds.
At the end of 2010, we’re looking back to the last twelve months and ask ourselves: How has Windows Live developed in this year?
I spoke with Harrison Hoffman, Evangelism Product Manager for Windows Live, about his personal relation to Windows Live. Get excited about this Windows Live and You interview!
Facebook and Skype are planning for a tight cooperation. For Facebook users, this means that they will be able to call their friends and send SMS to each other. Video chats will be integrated as well.
As of October 11, 2010, Microsoft is discontinuing its emergency notification and communication tool Vine. This is what the Vine team has announced in an e-mail sent to all beta testers.
When you visit Google’s home page today, you are welcomed by a really strange logo: A bunch of small circles in Google colors jump over the screen apparently by random before forming the well-known Google logo. According to Google, the doodle is announcing big news.
One of the most interesting additions to Messenger in its recent Wave 4 Beta refresh is the ability to chat with your friends on Facebook right from within Messenger itself. How can you combine your Messenger and Facebook contact lists?
Windows Live Wave 4 was developed with social networking at hand. You can revert the contact list to the Messenger 2009 look easily.