The Wall Street Journal reports Apple will quickly adopt lessons learned from its new aquisition LaLa and make changes to iTunes to move songs "into the cloud". As internet connectivity becomes more common, people are finding it bothersome to have their songs stuck on one certain device.
You'll see a warning screen when you log onto Facebook this morning alerting you to changes to the privacy policies. Facebook wants to make postings more available to "real time searches" (read: become more Twitter-like) and thus is opting everyone in to a new public feed. You must make the change to keep your updates private. Expect to see some sort of scandal soon after someone who ignored the warning posts something to their Facebook wall not realizing it's now public.
The grandaddy of social networks, Friendster, has been sold to an Asian company. Friendster is long forgotten in America, but in fact is the No. 1 social network in parts of Southeast Asia -- in particular, the Philippines.