Social Networking

Google+ Will Soon Offer Pseudonyms, Anonymity

Time for the fake Lady Gagas to come out of the wood work. At a Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco, Google co-founder Sergey Brin and SVP of Social Business Vic Gundotra dropped the news that it’s okay to have “other forms of identity” on Google+.

Beyond that, they’re also getting branding pages ready, a long awaited-feature …

Whatever Happened to the Facebook iPad App?

There’s a Facebook app for the iPhone and Android, so why, after all this time, hasn’t the company released one for the iPad? Here’s the kicker: It exists, and it’s been more or less ready to go for some time.

TechCrunch reports that for nearly five months, the app was feature complete (and not completely finished) but still …

Reveal More, Consume More: Facebook’s Big Changes

Facebook’s f8 conference started off on a light note, with Saturday Night Live star Andy Samberg doing his best Mark Zuckerberg impression, but the conference quickly got down to serious business with some big changes for the world’s biggest social network.

With a huge smile on his face, Zuckerberg showed off a new kind of Facebook …

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