The ability to automatically determine personality type could change the way social networks target services to users
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Facebook pays $550 million for patents.
Male editors dramatically outnumber female ones on Wikipedia and that could be dramatically influencing the online encyclopedia's content, according to a new study
The new techniques behind instant crowdsourcing makes human intelligence available on demand for the first time.
If you live in North America, you'll soon be listening to the music now playing in Atlanta whereas in Europe, Oslo leads the scene, according to a new analysis of global listening habits
Members of the social network will be able to download more of what they put into the site
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Iran could certainly cut off its global Internet connections. But whether it ever would is a question of politics and economics.