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Secrets are flying online, both state and personal, and Internet companies are still looking for ways to make money on applications—or with users’ private data.
Will Diaspora provide a social-networking haven for those fed up with Facebook?
IBM thinks social networking isn’t just for fun—it can also make companies more efficient.
One of the Internet’s oldest tools is getting a whole new set of functions.
A new messaging system could steal advertising dollars from Facebook’s rivals.
Rockmelt is beautifully designed, but a review shows that it could get squeezed by Facebook and Google.
Aro goes through the clutter of texts, calls, and e-mails on a device to make sense out of a chaotic social network.
Data-mining techniques reveal fake Twitter accounts that give the impression of a vast political movement.
Some companies do not make a profit from Groupon promotions.
Researchers downloaded 3.5 million profiles to see how accounts are used to send out spam.