"How Do I Delete My Facebook Account?" A Fast Growing Query (Image). We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010: We gave readers a rundown of the top Internet of Things blogs; in data portability news Facebook sued Power.com; and we took a look at the state of augmented reality in the aftermath of the ReadWriteWeb Mobile Summit. Read on for more.It's not déjà vu - this week's top story was, like last week, about deleting Facebook:
Story of the Week: How do I Delete Facebook?
- "How Do I Delete My Facebook Account?" A Fast Growing Query (Image)
- Wikipedia Goes 3D
- More Web Industry Leaders Quit Facebook, Call For Open Alternative
- 10 Internet of Things Blogs To Keep An Eye On
- Study: Twitter Is Not a Very Social Network
- Mozilla's Plans for Firefox 4: Faster, Sleeker Interface & Better Privacy Controls
- Why You Should Jailbreak the iPad
- The Slow Death of the Landline: Quarter of U.S. Households are Now Wireless-Only
- RWW Mobile Summit: Coverage Round-Up
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