They've made billions in Silicon Valley and now they're spreading their wealth (a little bit). Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin and other notables from the tech world on Wednesday launched a new prize to encourage research into finding cures for intractable…
Fiesta Movement puts new cars in the hands of social media "influencers," so they can promote said cars in the medium they know best. Despite the current Fiesta's lagging sales, Ford is relaunching the Movement to promote the redesigned 2014 Fiesta.
MTV and BET tried to replicate the Burger King hack that drew attention and 30k new followers - turns out, we don't appreciate copycats. The reaction has been less amusement than ire, and the networks have just ended up looking desperate.
The Tweet Hereafter recaps and memorializes the last tweets of Twitter users before their untimely deaths. While the concept might hit a nerve, the application is creating a digital database of last words and final online moments.
A new study claims it can measure a location's happiness by Twitter sentiment. The research uses language association to draw conclusions on the attitude of a places' citizens - and that fact that vacation spots are taking top honors comes as anything but a…
Jeep may want to consider a more secure passwords after a hacker decided to attack the brand's Twitter account on Tuesday. Control of the account has been reclaimed, but not before a few embarrassing tweets were released.
Say goodbye to the old, clunky Yahoo home page. And welcome the all-new Yahoo.com, which includes a cleaner look, new social features, apps, and personalize customization options. The new Yahoo.com marks the third major property overhaul by CEO Marissa Mayer.
Turns out, all you need is just a little ego stroking to go viral. If you shared your elite LinkedIn status on Twitter or Facebook, you're not alone. LinkedIn's congratulatory e-mails created big social media waves.
Following the headline-making hacks of Twitter accounts belonging to Burger King and Jeep, the microblogging service has taken to its blog to remind users to choose strong passwords and generally be more aware when using the web.
According to recent research, it only takes you 19 clicks to get from one page to any other on the Internet. Thanks to search sites and social networks, the Web is getting smaller and more connected every day.