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Yahoo Q1 revenue flat, profit rises

Yahoo's revenue grew slightly in the first quarter of 2010 but profits rose more strongly, as the company's display advertising business performed to management's satisfaction.

Facebook wants the Web's default to be social

Facebook has revamped its application development platform to make it possible for the social-networking site and other Web sites to mesh what they know about their end-users and automatically personalize the experience people have online.

Facebook shuts down Lite site

Facebook has closed Lite, the stripped-down version of its site aimed at users who wanted a simpler experience than the main site offers.

Google drafts cloud printing plan for Chrome OS

Google is unveiling early-stage designs, software code and documentation of a project whose goal is to let users of the company's Chrome OS operating system print documents to any printer from any application.

Google grows revenue 23 percent in Q1

Google grew its revenue and profit in its first fiscal quarter, exceeding Wall Street expectations and prompting the Internet company to express a commitment for "heavy investment" in its core and newer businesses.

Not all developers chirping ahead of Twitter event

Twitter executives will likely face a tough audience at the company's first conference for third-party developers, many of whom are concerned that the company is building applications and tools that could compete with -- and squash -- their own.

Google hosts 400 CIOs, updates Docs

Google's enterprise division is hosting several hundred CIOs on Monday at its headquarters, where it will unveil enhancements to its Docs office suite, including a revamped code base.

Twitter app for BlackBerry released

Twitter and Research In Motion have released an official application for BlackBerry users to interact with the popular microblogging and social networking site.

Photographers sue Google over book scanning

Google's years-long attempt to create an online library and store with millions of books will face yet another legal hurdle with the filing of a class-action copyright infringement lawsuit by the American Society of Media Photographers.

AOL says bye-bye to Bebo

AOL is actively trying to rid itself of Bebo, the social-networking site it acquired two years ago for a whopping US$850 million.

Yahoo to shut down small-publisher ad network

Yahoo plans to close a beta advertising service through which small online publishers, such as individual bloggers, signed up to carry ads sold and distributed by the company in exchange for a commission.

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