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  • As Facebook hits half a billion users, industry watchers wonder if 1 billion is next

     
    Facebook is celebrating 500 million active users by rolling out a promotion that highlights stories from its users. Its reclusive chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, also is set to make an appearance on ABC's "World News" in an interview with anchor Diane...
  • More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS

    More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS
    Checked in lately? On your smart phone, that is. If you had, you might have scored discounts on drinks, meals, shopping and other travel goodies just for letting friends and businesses know your whereabouts. Or even racked up points in a hotel's...
  • Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink

    Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink
    Joe Konrath can't wait for his books to go out of print. When that happens, the 40-year-old crime novelist plans to reclaim the copyrights from his publisher, Hyperion Books, and self-publish them on Amazon.com, Apple Inc.'s iBooks and other online...
  • Insider tips for online shopping

    Insider tips for online shopping
    "TURN on, tune in and check out" has become the mantra of the merchandise-amassing millions who flock daily to the Internet to buy an assortment of things that would make even Timothy Leary scratch his drug-addled noggin. We buy music over the ether, try...
  • Tough times in the porn industry

    On a recent Saturday night, Savannah Stern earned $300 to hang out for seven hours at a party in Santa Monica wearing nothing but a feather boa. The veteran of more than 350 hard-core pornography productions took the job to earn extra cash and to...
  • Prognosticating e-books in the new year

     
    It's a mad venture, looking into the future of e-books. Which is why we here at Jacket Copy are letting Sarah Rotman Epps and James McQuivey from Forrester Research carry the ball. They've blogged their 10 predictions for e-books and......
  • Buying green electronic devices

    Sprouting up this spring for the environmentally friendly shopper: a crop of devices touting their green credentials. Two in five adults surveyed by Forrester Research last year said they would consider environmental factors in their next electronics...
  • An evolution from talk to text

    Bob Barnett's phone call launched a nearly $150-billion-a-year industry. Twenty-five years ago today, during a media event at Chicago's Soldier Field, the president of Ameritech Mobile Communications made the nation's first commercial cellphone...
  • Professional networking site LinkedIn valued at $1 billion

    LinkedIn Corp. has made a big connection with investors, who are valuing the professional networking company at more than $1 billion. LinkedIn said Tuesday that it had received $53 million in venture capital funding from Bain Capital Ventures and three...
  • DVD format war appears to be over

    DVD format war appears to be over
    The fuzzy future of high-definition DVD came into sharper focus Friday after Warner Bros. said it would release movies for the home video market exclusively on the Blu-ray disc format. The decision, announced on the eve of the influential Consumer...
  • Yahoo running out of options

    Yahoo running out of options
    It looks as if Yahoo will be dragged down the aisle by its suitor, Microsoft, no matter how loudly Google speaks its piece. On Monday, other potential mates with deep pockets denied they would try to beat Microsoft Corp.'s $44.6-billion offer even as...