Archive for February, 2011

Facebook Breakup Notifier App »

The new application known as “Loewenherz” has a lot of people online talking. It is apparently a breakup notifier app for the social networking site Facebook and it allows you to be immediately notified if someone who you like gets out of a relationship so you can move in for the kill. While some people […]

Mark Zuckerberg & Steve Jobs Obama Meeting »

On Friday President Obama sat down with some of the most important individuals in the tech world, including Mark Zuckerberg who is the founder of Facebook as well as Steve Jobs of Apple. They discussed how the country’s economy will be able to benefit from the tech industry. It certainly was an interesting night which […]

Google Doodle: New Logo Is Constantin Brancusi »

The world’s top search engine meets Romania’s most famous sculptor as the search engine Google honors Constantin Brancusi’s 135th birthday. Considered one of the fathers of modern art by using simple earthen materials to produce both elegant and avant-garde designs. The popular Google doodle features that motif and approach and to those knowledgeable of the […]

UberTwitter Suspended On Twitter »

The battle appears to be on as Twitter has suspended both UberMedia’s “UberTwitter” and “twidroyd” , which are apps for mobile use and Twitter access. It was due to a violation of Twitter policies that the giant social networking site put the stop to both apps. Twitter spokeswoman Carolyn Penner pointed out that the violations […]

Google Social Search Updates »

Google is harnessing social in it’s latest wave of search updates the company said Thursday. Introduced two years ago, the company has been gearing up to enhance the tightly integrated results from users’ social circles. The company reportedly stated on it’s blog it’s objectives in this matter. Pointing more to better service through relevant answers […]

Facebook New Status Options »

Facebook now offers users new status options for their relationships. Users can now tell friends if they are “in a civil union” or “in a domestic partnership.” Before introducing these new options and offering them in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Australia, they consulted equal-rights organizations regarding the appropriateness of such options. […]