Twitter, Facebook and Google hit by cyber attacks (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Friday, August 7th, 2009

Cyber attacks hammered Twitter, Facebook, and Google, disrupting the hip micro-blogging service and causing stumbles at the hot social-networking site while Google fended off assaults.

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Yahoo to close social-networking site (Los Angeles Times)

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Yahoo 360 will be shut down July 12 because of competition from larger rivals and a decline in ad revenue. Yahoo Inc. said Monday that it would shut down its Yahoo 360 social-networking site next month amid competition from larger rivals and a slowdown in advertising spending.

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Yahoo Sets Date for Shutting Down Its 360 Social Network (ISEDB)

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Yahoo recently announced on its official blog that it will close its Yahoo 360 social networking site on July 13, as the Web company originally planned to do in early 2008 and later postponed a few times. Users will have to migrate to the Yahoo Profiles service by that date to maintain their account information.

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Yahoo Sets Date for Shutting Down 360 Social Network (PC World)

Friday, May 29th, 2009

Yahoo will close its Yahoo 360 social-networking site in July.

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Yahoo Sets Date for Shutting Down 360 Social Network (PC World via Yahoo! News)

Friday, May 29th, 2009

Yahoo will close its Yahoo 360 social-networking site in July, something it originally planned to do in early 2008 and later delayed to last year’s second half.

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Yahoo to launch ?made in India? social site (Hindustan Times)

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

It is better late than never for Yahoo! as the California-based Internet giant plans to launch a social networking site this year, made in India ? and for India.

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Yahoo Shutters Social Net Site Mash (CBS News)

Friday, August 29th, 2008

Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) is closing down its one-year-old social networking site, Yahoo Mash. The site, which has been in private beta, will shut down Sept. 29. In a post on the site, via the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Matt Warburton, Yahoo Community Manager, writes that the company may have accidentally contacted non-Mash members about the site’s demise. No word was given as to why Yahoo was …

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