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A month after the release of Home, Facebook is working to answer criticisms with improvements.
What gets removed from China’s social networks shows how censorship strategies are advancing, and can even hint at the government’s plans.
The HTC First, which features Facebook’s new Home interface, will appeal only to the most devoted of Facebook users.
Taking aim at Google, the largest social network wants a database describing as many things as possible.
The New York lab will search for patterns in aggregated user data, and suggest new revenue sources for Microsoft’s existing products.
Wavii gives summaries of events—from celebrity breakups to business news—in a Facebook-style feed tuned to what a user likes.
Pinwheel, a new site created by Flickr cofounder Caterina Fake, lets users post virtual notes anywhere.
Social networking grew up in 2011, becoming more of a fundamental underpinning of the Web.