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Charlie Sheen may or may not be "winning," in life, but he has won a rare honor: the "Fastest Time to Reach 1 Million Followers" Guinness World Record.

A row over who can broadcast football matches in Turkey has led to Google's Blogger site being blocked.

Twitter suspended an account mimicking Apple CEO Steve Jobs, suggesting the parody account didn't appear quite fake enough.

Thanks to the scary stalkability we've all given ourselves on the 'net, "Whatever happened to him/her?" has all but toppled out of our dialogue.

Net access in Libya is improving in areas under the control of protesters, suggests analysis of data flows.

Google has apologised to customers who found their Gmail inboxes empty after accounts were accidentally wiped clean.

How companies talk about themselves on Twitter feeds or Facebook profiles is to be policed like adverts.

Google loves to talk about how "open" it is. But the reality is that it's actually not always open; only when it's convenient to Google.

Business networking site LinkedIn says access to its services appears to have been restored in China, a day after it was blocked there.

You know who your Facebook friends are, but can you visualize where they are? You might be surprised when you see "Where My Friends Be?," a Google Maps mashup with all of their locations pinpointed, showing you just how far-flung your friends really are.

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