In the court of public opinion (a.k.a. Twitter), Mitt Romney triumphed over President Obama during last night's presidential debate. But it was moderator Jim Lehrer who took the knockout blow.
The newest convert to social media check-in site Foursquare? That would be the Mars Curiosity Rover.
Facebook begun testing Promoted Posts, which users can pay for better and longer newsfeed placements, in the U.S.
After Twitter's API restrictions hurt its alpha testing, Tweetbot makers went the developer-friendly route with Netbot, the App.net iPhone and iPad apps.
If you ever feel like your social life is straight out of a gossip magazine, Taploid will make things literally appear that way.
Twitter is now offering advertisers a way to measure brand sentiment in the form of surveys.
The first presidential debate of the 2012 U.S. election is upon us. Here's where to watch, follow, and get in on the action.
In the age of the hacker, is it time we get on board with social media profile protection or is it up to us to keep our own data safe?
A new report from Ipsos Australia claims a new trend has emerged showing Australian users of Facebook are losing their enthusiasm for the social networking site.
Hollywood has discovered a new way of reaching its all-important male demographic, with a new survey revealing that more men than women consult movie devices when making decisions about going to the movies.
YouTube might be getting first dibs on livestreaming the presidential debate, but Deeyoon wants to bring that capability to the Average Joe with its real-time video debate platform.
Facebook updated its Help Page, first introduced in 2007, to offer users a faster and easier way to solve your Facebook related issues.
LinkedIn users can now follow any of the 150 influencers picked by the professional social network for access to exclusive content, a strategy that will help further shape LinkedIn as a platform for content and news.
Lean Startup Machine's Validation Board is a so-simple-it's-stupid way to plot your startups' pivots and progress.