The latest incarnation of the app lets you tap into the social network's online communities, subscribe to any circle for notifications, and edit your profile on the go.
The latest feature in Google+ marks an effort to make the social network more popular as a destination.
After a brief announcement followed by months of no news about Apple's new social-based support site, Apple Support Communities finally makes its debut.
Twenty-nine American Universities are working together to create ultra-high-speed broadband networks in their surrounding communities to spur innovation.
Online game City of Heroes saw it's community go horribly awry at the hands of one deliberately annoying player.
Apple's Mail program offers a weak alternative to Outlook, but a host of open-source efforts aim to change that, if their fragmented attempts don't cancel each other out.
As a long-time Mac troubleshooting researcher and consultant, one of my favorite and perhaps the most valuable Mac knowledge sites online is Apple's own Support Discussions forums. According to an official post on the site, the forums will be receiving a makeover, becoming more socially inclined by adding feature sets like avatars, homepages, and widgets.
The fork is very valuable to customers when, as in OpenOffice, its community can't sustain dissension.
Linux has never been more important, which suggests that LinuxCon's promise to bring together the developer and business communities around Linux is critically necessary.
Recent research suggests that much of the core development work on open-source projects is done by paid developers. Is this a bad thing?