Streakr has launched into an official beta programme.
Facebook, the world’s largest social media site, is now home to over 30 million users across the web, from different countries and continents. A new source says there are now 30 million users. Take a look at the active users chart (Unlike MySpace, Facebook doesn‘t pad its numbers with dead […]
In their latest effort to stay relevant, ailing giant MySpace has copied YouTube.
Rumor has it that MySpace has begun talks to swap the site for 25% of Yahoo (a value of 12 billion).
Google has rolled out an integrated PowerPoint viewer for Gmail which enables you to view PowerPoint presentations as slideshows in your browser.
Local internet celebrity Vinny Lingham has launched his much anticipated Synthasite project into closed beta.
Mashable is reporting today on Kevin’s surprise visit (via video link) to the TheNextWeb conference in Amsterdam and his plans for the future of Digg. Here are my thoughts on Kevin’s plans and how I think it may not be the best decision for the Digg community. Kevin essentially announced […]
Feedburner, one of the most useful and valuable free Web services in my experience, is now part of the big Goog, where, one can only hope they dedicate at least as much energy to the service side of this product as they naturally would to innovating it. Feedburner launched in […]
Technorati put it’s recent funding to good use revealing a whole new layout today, a move that is taking them away from being just blogs. First, they’ve eliminated search silos on Technorati. In the past, you had to know the difference between keyword search, tag search and blog directory search […]
Yahoo has stepped up and announced a sweep of upgrades and changes for the blog community.