More firms looking for job seekers through Facebook
Some say Facebook appeals to a younger target group in tune with Internet culture.
» Reader: Very innovative way of recruiting young people

Social website MySpace launches India service
MySpace India boasts partnership with India's largest TV network.

Yahoo supports Google social network applications
It will help create a joint foundation to keep it alive.

Keeping private info private

How do you keep prying eyes away from your online activities?

WiMax will shake up wireless world
First there was Wi-Fi. Now, WiMax may be the next big thing in wireless connectivity. -vodcast

Mobile security
Phones are getting smarter, and so are criminals. -vodcast

The iron grip loosens
CIOs can regain control by taking the lead on some projects, like installing a corporate wiki or use Facebook for planning marketing activities.

'Friend locator' could become next craze for social networkers
Social network sites users will soon be sharing their exact whereabouts with their friends in real-time.

Face up to privacy on Facebook
So you have been uploading wild photos on Facebook - until you realise everyone, including your boss, has seen them. Share your thoughts about privacy in cyberspace.

If it weren't for YouTube...
YouTube brings life, weirdness to Spain election.

Social networks need to be useful to make money
Right now, the big challenge for social networking services is finding a way to simultaneously encourage user loyalty and revenue growth.

Li Ka-shing ups Facebook stake to S$166 million
The stake boosts Li's holdings to a 0.8 percent share of Facebook while Microsoft's holds another 1.6 percent.

NUS is first S'pore varsity to launch virtual campus
It's sited in Second Life, a virtual role-playing game platform boasting 12m players worldwide.

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