Those of you that got and checked their emails updates in regards to this weeks [7/10/2013] comics now know that there was a shipping problem and GamersCircle Comics didn’t get the full shipment when we were supposed to. Many also [...]
Social networking is definitely seeing a reshuffling of its top players.
Facebook and Twitter are in, MySpace is out, according to Experian Hitwise.
The Internet monitoring company reported last week that Facebook, the No. 1 social network in the U.S., [...]
Two companies are taking social networking heavyweight Facebook to court over claims that Facebook’s website infringes on patents related to personal pages and establishing human relationships. Tele-Publishing Inc, a Boston-based company known for providing personals services to newspapers since the [...]
What’s the deal with Blizzard’s fancy new version of its Battle.net online multiplayer service? Blizzard offered a look into the future of Battle.net at BlizzCon today.
There’s quite a bit to digest about the new Battle.net, but the bottom line is [...]
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp’s MySpace said on Thursday it has agreed to buy music recommendation service iLike, as the once-hot social networking site tries to reinvent itself as an entertainment portal.
MySpace declined to disclose financial terms of an [...]
Do Facebook Vanity URLs Equals Kill Twitter Vol. 2? — This past Friday, Facebook started issuing vanity URLs to its 200 million plus community. It was a big change for the social networking company that has so far used unique [...]
Google on Wednesday flipped its Google Maps social networking switch with the introduction of Latitude, a new service that lets Google users share their location with friends, family, and coworkers. This is one of the first big steps into location-based [...]
Yesterday 501 images and text messages were beamed out from a radio telescope in the Ukraine to a planet 20 light years away. The material, collectively called A Message From Earth, had been put together from a competition by [...]
Wizards of the Coast’s Vice President of Digital Gaming, Randy Buehler announced that they were killing their Gleemax social networking site. Originally designed to create a central hub where gamers could meet, discuss, and play games online it has thus [...]
It seems that Battlefield Heroes, the online, Team-Fortress art-styled Battlefield game, is being delayed as well. Late 2009 is the release window now, over a year away. Apparently EA has fallen prey to the Sony syndrome, and decided to revamp [...]