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there is a serious challenge coming from India  for Facebook, Twitter,Google Plus and LinkedIn.Vebbler is based on crowd-layering model. Here, when you add a person, you have to put him or her into a group like workmate, acquaintance etc. One application of the model is in chat. When you are on holiday, you don’t want to chat with colleagues, but only with friends and relatives, you can disable them. Vebbler seems to be catching on: it has 45,000 users from 694 cities in 70 countries. Read the rest of this entry »

The upcoming death of Google Reader  and the addition of hashtags signal Facebook will likely launch a new way to discover and read news at the June 20th press event it’s just sent out mysterious invites to. It could be a sort of “trending articles on Facebook” feature, or a more full-blown RSS reader-style product. Read the rest of this entry »

Facebook on Thursday unveiled a family of apps Android operating system called “Home”.

With its new ‘Home’ on Android gadgets, Facebook aims to put its social network at the center of people’s mobile experiences. The idea behind the software is to bring Facebook content right to the home screen, rather than requiring users to check apps. Read the rest of this entry »

StatCounter , which measures traffic collected across a network of 3 million websites, calculates that Apple’s share of mobile devices in Singapore – iPad and iPhone – declined  from a peak of 72 percent to 50 percent within 1 year.

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