With Valentine’s Day looming, a new study shows the major impact of technology and social media in the lives of many American couples. One of the findings shows many couples are sharing passwords and accounts with their partners.
In effort to save money and resources, some Bay Area residents are turning to sharing and borrowing instead of buying, using sharing websites to help them along the way.
Facebook is adding a bevy of new applications to let users share everything from photos of what they cooked for dinner, to details on what they are wearing, to what concert they scored tickets to.
Remember when neighbors used to borrow things from one another? It’s a concept that’s coming back, though often with a price these days.
Yahoo will enable Facebook users to share more of their activities on Yahoo’s websites, including which stories they are reading.
The FTC had charged that the social network told people they could keep the information they share private, then allowed it to be made public.
It may soon be possible to borrow a bike from a kiosk in San Francisco, take it on Caltrain and drop it off in San Jose, all for a small monthly fee or even just […]