PCWorld: Facebook vs. Google: Who Will Win? – Facebook is now officially a public company, scads of new millionaires are on a Silicon Valley spending spree, and media outlets near and far have yet to pipe down about the IPO, likely one of the most anticipated in history. But is the long-term viability and success of Facebook a slam dunk? You’d think so, considering 900 million people on the planet use the social network now valued at nearly $105 billion. Not everybody thinks so.
CNET: Chrome now world’s top browser, but beware the math – There’s no debating Google Chrome continues to gain momentum and put pressure on Internet Explorer. But according to one browser-tracking firm, it’s now more popular than Microsoft’s alternative. Analytics site StatCounter has revealed that for the first time, Google Chrome overtook Internet Explorer last week to become the world’s most popular browser.
Social Media Examiner: 5 Ways Businesses Are Using Facebook Timelines – “Take a look at these examples of how businesses are creatively using Timeline”
Mashable: Manage Your Brand’s Facebook Page From this New App – “Facebook unveiled its new app on Monday that lets you manage your branded Facebook page from your iPhone. Using the Facebook Pages Manager app you can respond, post and comment on your page, plus post updates and photos. Just install the free app, then login to your Facebook account.”
Mashable:Obama Wants Government Agencies to Focus on Mobile Apps – “President Barack Obama has ordered all government agencies to offer more of their services in the form of mobile apps. A new memo called “Digital Government: Building a 21st Century Platform to Better Serve the American People” requires each agency to make at least two services, used by the public, available on mobile devices within 12 months.”