LinkedIn is a great social network to connect to other professionals and share ideas. LinkedIn has recently updated its user agreement allowing younger teens to join the services. Ant Pruitt shares his thoughts and comments on this update.
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Are you ready for the new iPhone? It’ll be here before you know it — in September. Here’s the YATs rumor round up. Yet Another Tech Show — hosted by our Mat Lee, Ant Pruitt, Larry Press … terrific show this week.
aNewDomain.net — Anyone who wants to understand privacy as a commodity needs to play a game called Data Dealer. The free online game won first prize at the recent annual Games for Change award show. It won’t create real Angry Birds style addicts. But it will make you extraordinarily literal as to the data value market — […]
Google CEO Page and Facebook CEO Zuckerberg have issued strong denials that they worked with the NSA on Verizon PRISM data spying. Full statements here.
Pikinis app for iOS lets you search for Facebook photos of bikini-clad women — and men, ostensibly. Our Madison Andrews is more than a little disturbed.
aNewDomain.net — As teens and tweens continue to desert Facebook in favor of microblogging platform Tumblr, our Viki Reed provides some perpective on what, how and why. I remember the day I first considered using Facebook. It was 2006 and I had just heard about 17-year-old Ashley Qualls of Detroit — arguably the first teen online millionaire as a result […]
On This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte, our John C. Dvorak joins Roger Chang, Lamarr Wilson and Leo to talk Bitcoin, Gmail and Facebook Home. TWiT for April 14, 2013.
Has Google+ grown on you? Ant Pruitt loves it. Here’s how he thinks separates Google+ from other social media services.
Hidden Costs of Facebook? According to this short video that collects data from such sources as Stanford, female depression is a hidden cost of Facebook …
Has Facebook copied the Google+ Instant Upload feature? This and Google+ versus Flickr compared on Trey’s Variety Hour with Thomas Hawk, Gordon Laing, Scott Kublin and Gino Barasa.