TechCrunch reports that Yahoo and Google are coming with their next generation social networks.
The new Yahoo social network initiative is called Mosh, which would replace Yahoo! 360.
Google sponsored a project at the Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute to “rethink and reinvent online social networking”. The project goal is to “create a system for users to seamlessly share, view, and respond to many types of social content across multiple networks.”
Read more at TechCrunch, Google Operating System and Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute
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