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Building on its position as the market leader in delivering digital lifestyle solutions to carriers, NewBay Software today announced the availability of its LifeCache Social Networking v2.0 solution.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Socialmedia.com, the first social advertising network to monetize Facebook application traffic, is now allowing marketers to advertise within Orkut and Friendster applications.
Scottish pupils should have access to social networking sites in schools according to a Westminster government and industry adviser.
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- SpeedDate.com, the world's first online speed dating service, announced today that it has secured $6 million in Series B funding from Menlo Ventures.
MocoSpace (mocospace.com), the largest mobile social network, today announced the addition of Bebo's first employee and board member, and current angel investor, Jim Scheinman to its board of directors.
AOL today announced the launch of AIM Express, a new Flash-based Web version of the popular AIM service, enabling users to chat with friends and family without needing to install software.
Time Warner company AOL has agreed to buy social media aggregation company Socialthing for an undisclosed sum. Boulder, Colorado-based Socialthing will become part of AOL's People Networks division, which was formed in March formed after AOL's $850m acquisition of social networking site Bebo.
By Robin Turner THEY write about everything from their toddler's first steps to politics, the credit crunch and the state of Amy Wine house's tattoos.
ALMOST three quarters of parents spy on their children's use of social networking sites such as Facebook and Bebo, it was claimed yesterday. Research found they are afraid their youngsters could be befriending strangers online.
NEARLY three quarters of parents check up on their children's use of social networking sites such as Face book and Bebo, amid fears they could be befriending strangers, an online identity firm said.
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