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Nearly three years after first releasing Map Maker, Google is finally ready to let its users edit and add to the map of the United States.

UberMedia, which owns several popular applications that interface with Twitter, is outlining plans to build a social network that could compete with that popular microblogging platform, said three people who were briefed on the plans.

As broadcasters and television networks try to figure out their Internet strategy, the TV content that actually is online is generating quite a pretty penny.

YouTube Friday began hosting live streams. But don't go looking for how to get your basement version of Wayne's World on the internet just yet: For now, this power is reserved for pre-approved "trusted partners," not for the kitten-on-the-keyboard masses.

LinkedIn announced a new platform Wednesday for its business-focused social networking site offering websites and developers easy tools to embed "recommend" buttons, company-profile boxes and contact widgets on third-party websites as well as a way to log in to other sites using LinkedIn.

In dicey union negotiations, it seems the modern silent protest is an embargo on tweeting.

The goal of Facebook's new messaging client is to simplify private communication, but as it turns out, executing that has been astoundingly complicated.

Facebook has the "Like" button. Now Google has the "+1" button.

In the wake of Egypt's "Facebook revolution," which was fueled in part by online social networks, much has been made about the role of technology in encouraging or even creating democracy.

Google has blamed the Chinese government for problems accessing its e-mail service in the country.

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