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The social network has earned three other patents in the past and says more are on the way.
Through a licensing agreement with Facebook, applications for the big-in-Asia social network will be virtually interchangeable. Will others be on the way? Maybe.
It's long since passe in the United States, but the social network is surging in Asia, so it's hired an executive familiar with the territory and raised money to help continue expanding.
Friendster is a social-networking site with an amazing history.
New technology from a virtual worlds platform developer will ultimately make it possible for developers to put out both Flash and 3D versions of a game and let players interact between the two.
This social network has largely fallen from favor in the U.S., but Friendster is nevertheless following in Facebook's footsteps and launching an extensive developer initiative.
Using a slew of social networking services is great, but as Don Reisinger explains, that practice doesn't deliver the most rewarding Web experience. To fix that, Don has compiled a list of services you should use exclusively.
Social networks are great, but things like constant updates and site crashes can irk even those of us willing to admit to our addiction.
The social network does quite a bit, but it doesn't do everything its competitors' services offer. Don Reisinger explores its major omissions.
Suleman Ali had quick success with his start-up. But with the economy sinking and big companies flexing their muscles, he knows it will be harder for his peers to do the same.