MySpace’s China office has reportedly cut about 30 employees last month and saw its CEO depart, signalling the social network might be withdrawing from the market.
The US government has requested personal information from the Twitter accounts of four WikiLeaks supporters as part of a widening criminal probe, the whistle-blower website says.
SEO experts Queryclick.com thinks Google is on the right track with plans to sell education software through its app store.
Domino’s Pizza has topped pizza sales of £1million with its iPhone ordering app.
Business-based social networking site LinkedIn is set go public this year, according to a news report.
Internet viruses are not as deadly and prolific as you might think, according to new research from Which Computing.
Facebook surpassed Google for the first time as the most visited website in the United States for most of 2010, according to new data.
Over the past year the 500 million people who use Facebook worldwide uploaded more than 2.7 million photographs, shared 1 million links and ‘Liked’ 7.6 million pages every 20 minutes, the social networking compnay has revealed.
Facebook has raised $500m from Goldman Sachs and Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies, in a deal that values the social networking company at $50bn, according to reports.
Google has released its annual Zeitgeist report into the UK’s search habits online browsing habits, listing the terms most commonly searched on its site this year.