Twitter isn't only about frivolous tweets. When used creatively, it can help run an entire town. That's what's happening in Jun, Spain, where the government operates via the social network, and everyone from the mayor to the guy driving the…
A new messaging app is hoping to make your conversations livelier through creative elements like photos, videos, stickers, and photo collages, touting celebrity users like Nicki Minaj and Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Finding long-lost relatives has been made a lot easier via Facebook. Two sisters, Linda McCloskey and Betty Jean Musselman, took to Facebook to find their brother, Robert Barwick, who was living in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Facebook has introduced Instant Articles, a feature that provides faster access to news stories from popular media organizations. The user benefit is obvious, but it poses a potential risk for publishers.
LinkedIn is limiting developer access to its Connections API because of problems with spamming members' contact lists in the past. LinkedIn is instead interested in working with developers who can also give it something in return.
Social media may be the last place to take a complaint about your place of work. While some people have been fired from their jobs over their social media posts, you don't have to be one of them if you know your rights.
Even when presented with a Freedom of Information Act request, the NSA didn't say whether it's spying on Periscope and Meerkat. Unfortunately for the NSA, given the incredibly negative light it's currently under, we're afraid of the true…
Facebook opens up an eBay-like marketplace where members of groups can buy and sell items. The new feature is reminiscent of Craigslist or eBay, and opens Facebook up to the world of Internet commerce.
Periscope has just made it a whole lot easier for smartphone owners to start using the livestreaming app. Until today you needed a Twitter account to get going, but all that's required now is a mobile number.