Amazon.com launches digital music store
Amazon.com has launched a public beta for its new digital music service, “Amazon MP3.” At launch, the service includes more than 2 million songs from more than 180,000 artists. As previously reported, every song on Amazon MP3 is available without DRM software, meaning MP3s ...
Facebook Tops MySpace in the UK
The latest numbers from Nielsen NetRatings show that Facebook has now surpassed MySpace in the UK. For August, Facebook registered 6.5 million unique visitors versus 6.4 million for MySpace. For Facebook, that represents a whopping 541% jump since December.
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‘Moo’ing with Facebook
Moo.com has opened up their services to the Facebook user base. Facebook users will be able to purchase notecards, business cards or stickers with their choice of a personal image uploaded onto Facebook.
Prices for Moo prints from Facebook start at $9.99 for 90 different stickers, 100 ...
Turkey blocks YouTube…Again!
A court in Turkey has banned access to YouTube after a single citizen complained that it contained clips which insulted the country.
The Turkish Telecommunications Board has been told to block all access to YouTube following the court ruling.
Turkey blocked access to YouTube in March this year ...
Google’s answer to cricket fans
Google intorduced a new feature which will give you latest cricket updates and live match scores right at your screen by just using the keywords cricket or cricket <Country>