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Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Wednesday, June 2 at 11:37pm
The twitterverse is on the verge of getting a whole lot smaller — that is, if a report posted Wednesday night on TechCrunch is correct.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Wednesday, May 5 at 1:43pm
Facebook inadvertently allowed some users’ instant messages and friend requests to become public, the Wall Street Journal reports, as a result of a bug.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Wednesday, May 5 at 1:19pm
Tech Talk recently had the opportunity to take the HTC Incredible for a drive — and was blown away.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Wednesday, April 28 at 1:42pm
As an increasing number of news organizations join social networks, it is important to ask: Are the rules different for what one should disseminate on air, in print or on their websites versus on Twitter or Facebook.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Friday, April 9 at 10:30pm
Parker Liautaud, with help from the General Electric Co., is going to the top of the world to raise awareness about environmental issues facing our planet — and to encourage young people to get involved in working toward solutions.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Thursday, April 8 at 12:48am
When news of a potential shoe bomber allegedly trying to bring down a large commercial airliner over Denver raced across America two and a hours ago, I heard about it first on Twitter — which has become the rule more than the exception.
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Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Wednesday, April 7 at 10:30am
Yelp, a Web site that gives folks the opportunity to share business reviews and events, has been under increased pressure to change the way it operates — and finally has.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Monday, April 5 at 4:28pm
A just-published Mashable graphic effectively highlights Facebook’s primary demographics consist, and illustrates how the social network may be a greater melting pot in the United States than the country itself.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Tuesday, February 23 at 10:32am
Anyone who ever said Twitter was just a waste of time and used only by the self-absorbed should look to one if its newest users. It could very well lead to inner peace.
Posted by Jamie DeLoma on Monday, February 8 at 3:08pm
Google will launch a new feature as early as this week to make sharing media and updates with friends easier, the Wall Street Journal reports.