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Facebook and MySpace may lead the pack in the U.S., but there are a slew of leading social networks from around the world that we don't hear about on a daily basis. Don Reisinger takes a look at five.
What started out as Google's effort to create a common API for developing gadgets for social-networking services is becoming more of a full-fledged cloud development platform.
OpenSocial is just over a year old and already well on its way to reaching a billion registered users by the end of 2009. We get a look at the future of the platform.
A new joint venture with Asian telecoms SK and SoftBank will go toward the creation of both Web and mobile apps for Asia-Pacific markets.
User privacy concerns on Chinese social networking sites have led the biggest players to block indexing by Baidu, China's leading search engine.