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Facebook Home reaches 1 million downloads

Around one month ago, Facebook introduced “Home”, an app “that puts your friends at the heart of your phone” available from Google Play store on Android devices (such as HTC First, Samsung Galaxy 4 and Sony XPeria ZL).
The aim of this new interface is to provide a more “user friendly” experience of Facebook from a … More

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About Facebook Graph Search

Last january, Facebook made a press release about its new upcoming function : graph search.
Today, Facebook is “more than a billion people, more than 240 billion photos and more than a trillion connections”. Time has come for the social network to offer a way to make those connections more useful, and somehow more profitable.
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Youtube about to launch paid channel subscription service

With already more than one billion monthly users, digital video market leader Youtube just unveiled an addition to its current economic model coming in the following days.
After months of preparation, Youtube will finally release its latest feature : monthly subscriptions to access specific channels.
Estimated to around 1,99$ per month, this subscription service will start with … More

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What about Linkedin in Asia?

After announcing surpassing more than 1 million users in Indonesia around one year ago, and in Malaysia last november, Linkedin, one of the leader business social network in the world, just announced reaching 1 million users in Singapore.
In Singapore, businesses which are most represented on the network are related to education management, financial services … More

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A geeky focus on the new Myspace

Although it is already public knowledge that the new Myspace is currently available at the beta stage, here at Geeks In Cambodia we really felt like dropping few lines on this new experiment…
Former social network Myspace was founded in 2003 by Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe and then acquired by Rupert Murdoch on 2005. … More

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