Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter lit up this week and conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh is feeling the effects.
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In an attempt to learn how to use social media to bridge the divide between countries, Israeli President Shimon Peres is visiting Facebook's headquarters today.
Yahoo executives are planning a major corporate reorganization that could include thousands of layoffs, according to a report today by AllThingsD .
Enterprises, it seems, are getting a bit more social.
Reports are circulating that Google is developing a voice assistant technology that would rival Apple's Siri.
Analysts are split on how Google's new privacy rules, which went into effect on Thursday, will affect users -- and ultimately the company itself.
Companies and organizations that have Brand pages on Facebook are not only getting a new look and new features, they're also going to be able to update their pages to use <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9222704/Facebook_pushes_out_Timeline_of_users_online_lives">Facebook's new Timeline</a>.
The Pope Benedict XVI is showing his technical savvy.
A bad global economy, poor market conditions and confusing management moves combined to create a perfect storm that slammed into Hewlett-Packard and staggered the PC maker in its first fiscal 2012 quarter.
Facebook users are becoming decidedly unfriendly, according to a Pew Internet & American Life Project study released Friday.
Step aside Gen X.
Move over Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. There's a new social site stealing some of your buzz: Pinterest, a social photo-sharing site that allows users to create and share collections of images. Based in Palo Alto, Calif., the pinboard-styled service is focused on connecting people through the things they find interesting.
Google will reportedly unveil <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9224083/Google_may_be_working_on_computerized_eyeglasses">computerized eye glasses</a> by the end of the year.
Just months after Twitter and Google failed to reach an agreement for Realtime Search, the microblogging site has inked a deal with Russian search engine firm Yandex.
Researchers at MIT have developed what they're hoping will be something of a pharmacy on a chip.
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