A man from New York who names himself Paul D. Ceglia has claimed 84% ownership of Facebook and has sued both Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook in New York’s Allegany County State Supreme Court.
According to TechCrunch, Google has secretly invested anywhere between $100 to $200 million in the popular social games development company, Zynga. Apparently, neither Google or Zynga has officially confirmed this news but TechCrunch says that they have confirmed the story from multiple sources.
Youtube has gone beyond the 1080 HD videos which is still not very common on many consumer electronics devices today. Youtube has announced at the VidCon 2010 conference that they will now support a massive 4096×3072 pixel resolution of super HD videos and content on their website.
Google has finally made possible to add short URLs to its Google Map service. Till now Google Maps had very long URLs which usually became unmanageable if you send multiple Google Map links to your friends. According to Google Operating System, Google Maps Short URLs will be hosted on Google’s official URL shortener, Goo.gl which [...]
Google has added a new option on Gmail where users can add custom rich text signatures in their emails while sending it. Users can customize their signatures on their wish i.e they can add links, images or text and can use their own fonts and colors.
White House and the State Department’s office of innovation staffer, Katie Jacobs Stanton has joined Twitter Management to manage company’s business and international strategy.
A group of Argentinian hackers headed by malware researcher Ch Russo has hacked the illegal file sharing site, The Pirate Bay and got access through the website’s admin panel and entire user database.
If rumors are to be beleaved, Google is developing a new social networking site called “Google Me” as a competitor to currently number one social networking site, Facebook.