According to AVG Security, as many as 1 in 4 people have intimate photos on their mobile devices, evidence to the consumer's lack of knowledge about mobile security and privacy. Come on guys, delete those Snapchats.
Facebook Messenger's competitive advantage now is the fact that your messages might cost next-to-nothing, if not nothing at all. For now, the U.S. isn't getting the data price cut - but if recent Messenger updates are any precedent, we should see a less…
Thanks to social media, you didn't have to watch Sunday's Oscars alone. In fact, Twitter rounded up some friends to offer some insider commentary for you - including two genuine screen legends (and Katie Couric, but what can you do?)
Completely lost in the chaos of awards season? If you need some help picking the winners before tonight, The Awards Meter tracks and analyzes positive and negative tweets about Oscars nominees to predict the winners and losers.
The best brains devoted to watching and helping the Web grow spoke at Social Media Week New York, letting us know what we need to be worried about and everything we have to look forward to as the Internet and social networks evolve.
Zendesk announced a security breach today, and the email addresses of some Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest users were downloaded. If you've contacted the support teams of any of these applications, be on the lookout for suspicious emails.
Generally, if you have to ask how to be funny, you should probably just give up now - but some of the best minds and mouths behind Twitter comedy had some wit and wisdom to share with audiences at New York Social Media Week.
It's hard to know if claims that Instagram has no plans to build a native app for the BlackBerry 10 platform will actually deter anyone from buying a BB10 device, but BlackBerry will no doubt be disappointed to hear the news as it seeks to establish its new…