Probably not. Even if protesters on both sides of the 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' fracas manage to organize a concerted boycott, it's unlikely it would be enough to really make a dent in Facebook traffic.
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A minor war has erupted on Facebook over 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' competition. Meanwhile, authorities in Pakistan have severed local access to Facebook.
Facebook and FarmVille were rumored to be splitsville. But today Zynga, the maker of FarmVille, announced it had entered a five-year partnership with Facebook.
Not exactly. But an update to Twitter's news algorithm means that Justin Bieber will no longer be a permanent presence on the Twitter trends list. And Justin Bieber fans aren't taking the news lying down.
Meet Tsutarja, Pokabu, and Mijumaru, the three new starter monsters from Pokemon Black and White.
Facebook will now allow users to receive a notification when an unauthorized device is used to sign on to their accounts. Will the Internet privacy update be enough to silence the critics?
An English designer has created an iPad from solid gold and diamonds. Price tag on the iPad Supreme? Think big.
For now, Diaspora is a work-in-progress. But if all goes as planned, Diaspora could go head-to-head with Facebook, the reigning king of the social media world.
Facebook is needlessly exposing reams of valuable user information, a coalition of European data protection authorities wrote in an open letter this week. For its part, Facebook says its platform is perfectly safe.
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Apple has a leak. Or maybe the Vietnamese iPhone 4G thing is just a prank. Either way, gossip about the Apple iPhone 4G is the hottest thing going.
Apple fans rejoice. Steam for Mac has arrived with Portal, Torchlight, and the promise of regular Wednesday updates.
Amazon reserves the power to issue revised versions of certain Kindle e-books. Some books, however, aren't meant to be revised to death.