Lady Ga Ga crowned Twitter Queen

Lady Ga Ga this week triumphed over former number one Twitterer Britney Spears to become the Queen of Twitter. The Bad Romance singer topped Britney’s 5,703,000 followers with her 5,741,000 devoted followers on the micro blogging site Twitter. To mark her achievement of reaching the highest number of followers on… Read more »

Facebook reaches 500 million members

Facebook’s meteoric rise in global popularity shows no signs of faltering, as the social networking site has just announced it currently boasts 500 million active members. With 500 million active monthly users operating on the site across the world, many experts and also the founder of the network, Mark Zuckerberg,… Read more »

Skype’s new 3G iPhone app in high demand

Demand for Skype’s new 3G iPhone app is extremely high with the company reporting 5 million downloads in just 4 days. Prior to the release of the new app, iPhone users could only use Skype services to video and voice call other members when they had a Wi-Fi connection. But… Read more »

Microsoft plan Hotmail makeover

Microsoft has revealed plans to revamp its Hotmail service in order to keep up with the rapid growth of rival email provider Gmail. In the past Microsoft have increased email storage on their Hotmail service in an attempt to outdo Gmail which continues to grow in popularity. However this time… Read more »

Yahoo! and Twitter join forces

Yahoo! has signed a deal with the popular micro-blogging site Twitter which will see Yahoo! users able to access Twitter via a whole host of Yahoo! products. It’s not unusual for search engines to partner up with social networking sites such as Twitter. Only last year Google and Microsoft’s Bing… Read more »

The passwords banned by Twitter revealed

An internet blogger has uncovered a list of passwords which micro blogging website Twitter has banned from use on its website. The social networking site is clamping down on passwords which could be used as by hackers to infiltrate private accounts and post fake Twitter updates. The list of banned… Read more »

Anger as Facebook changes privacy settings

Facebook’s decision to change its privacy settings this week has been met with anger from some users who are concerned that their personal data could be at risk due to the alterations made to the social networking site. The privacy settings have been simplified as part of the changes, however… Read more »

Facebook win £430 million in damages against spammer

Facebook have been awarded £430 million in damages after winning their case against Sanford Wallace who is nicknamed, the Spam King. The case centred on an allegation made by Facebook which claimed that Mr Wallace had been sending huge numbers of unsolicited emails from Facebook user’s accounts after gaining access… Read more »