Finally, after a long haul, Microsoft and Yahoo has agreed to a search agreement that would bring Microsoft’s search technology into Yahoo search and Yahoo’s content networking within Microsoft’s clout. Yahoo and Microsoft has just announced their search and online partnership and it’s 10 years of shared revenue for both companies, are you excited?
Archives for July 2009
Before Facebook became popular, majority of the Asian social networking fans spend most of their time at Friendster. In fact, I got my first taste of social networking activities through Friendster. But that’s all a bygone era now as most of my social networking friends have moved to Facebook. Still, Friendster is alive and kicking in the Asian region, trying to maintain its stronghold and refusing to surrender over Facebook. Until now.
Results of the recent report on the “Global Workforce Index” by staffing firm Kelly Services showed that majority of the workers in Canada and the U.S., around 78% believed that computers, laptop and mobile phones have them more productive.
Just a quick heads up to inform you all, in case you’ve missed the announcement that Facebook is now allowing users to change Facebook profile username. So, if you’re one of those who created vanity URLs and you are not satisfied with what you’ve got, here’s your chance to come up with the coolest Facebook username that you could ever think of.
Just a little update to remind us all that MySpace is still alive and carrying out its social networking services. Paid Content is reporting that what use to be the most popular social network will soon be launching a mail service that would give users who will sign up their own “@myspace.com” addresses.