Only a few weeks after Google+ boasted record numbers of activations and visits, reports indicate that the brand new social networking site may already be losing some thunder.
After Google locked businesses out of Google+ (for now), Facebook has strategically launched an online guide describing how corporations can benefit from using the social networking site. Excellent timing if you ask me.
Like having your own personal map and compass in the Twitterverse, Bird's-Eye is an iPad app designed to track tweets in a particular geographic location.
If you signed up for Facebook using a fake name, don't think you'll get away with it on Google+ too.
Blogger Jeff Jarvis seems to have cause quite the uproar on Twitter after sending out a tweet with the hashtag "F***YouWashington."
Social games like Farmville and Mafia Wars may have been born into the Facebook revolution, but it seems as if similar titles will be a major part of Google+ as well.
Despite two of its original founders leaving, pressure from competing social sites Facebook and Google+, and a government antitrust inquiry, Twitter executive Dick Costolo says the company is doing better than ever.
The battle between Google+ and Facebook is heating up, with FB banning one app developer for promoting his Google+ account on the popular social networking site.
On the heels of the recent Google+ launch, Microsoft "accidentally" published a splash page for what looks like a social application called "Tulalip" on Socl.com, reports Fusible.
When it comes to social media Google moves fast.
Yesterday, TG Daily covered a new tool that allows Google+ users to update Facebook from within the rival social network.
Ever since the Google+ beta launched a few weeks ago, obsessive social networkers have complained about the lack of Facebook integration preventing users from cross posting between sites.
Facebook may have an ally in the looming war with Google+ and its Circles feature, in the form of an app which arranges Facebook friends into subgroups - automatically.
Facebook is at it again. They’re giving people even more reasons to question their actions.
Google has debuted a social networking platform designed to "fix" online sharing.
In the wake of Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (D-NY) nudie pic scandal on Twitter, tweeting seems to have dropped significantly amongst lawmakers in America.
Facebook is engaged in limited testing of a new feature known as the "Happening Now" sidebar.
How deeply engrained is Facebook in your daily life? Do you check it five times a day? Ten times a day? What about everytime you look down at your arm?
Sina Weibo, China’s answer to Twitter, is "actively preparing" to launch an English version of its popular microblogging platform by the end of 2011.
Despite all the hype, social networking is still very much in its infancy.