Curalate is a brand new, brand management tool for Pinterest that could finally give retailers a better way to evaluate the true reach of the platform.
UK lawsuit could compel Facebook to reveal true identities of cyber-bullies, may have further online privacy implications
After suffering at the hands of online bullies, a woman in the UK has begun legal proceedings to compel Facebook to hand over information which could lead to the bullies identification, but her actions could also have implications in the battle to retain our…
As social networks have become more intertwined in our daily routines,some criminals just can't resist logging into Facebook at the worst times.
Groupon announced a significant milestone today, reporting its first quarterly profit ever. More impressively, the profit was above what analysts had expected, sending stock in the company up 18 percent by end of trading.
If Twitter moves too fast for you to keep track of, don't worry: The site is rolling out a weekly email summary of posts, whether you like it or not.
Forget Facebook integration, the Social Jukebox is the best way to make music actually interactive.
The FTC is said to be considering a deeper investigation into Facebook's $1 billion buy-out of Instagram, something that could delay the purchase for up to a year. How will this affect the social network's upcoming IPO, and who benefits from the delay?
Facebook is testing a system that lets user pay to make their status updates more visible. What's the idea? And where is this going to lead?
New app Klik from Face.com brings face recognition technology to the masses in a sleek, fun format. But as it so often goes, privacy concerns could stand in the way of user adoption.
In an apparent attempt to avoid a hefty capital gains tax bill after Facebook goes public on May 17, company co-founder Eduardo Saverin has decided to renounce his U.S. citizenship and settle down in Singapore.
As Facebook closes in on the 1 billion users milestone, the social network is quietly testing a feature that will require users to open their wallets to bring more attention to themselves.
Facebook has cut ties with streaming music service Grooveshark after receiving a copyright infringement complaint from an unnamed "foreign entity." But rather that look at this as a problem, Grooveshark would rather you look at this as an opportunity, it…
Introducing Twitter payola: Stop advertising, and lose your Verified badge; UPDATE: Twitter admits it was a mistake
In an effort to boost ad sales, Twitter is pulling out all the stops, including using their Verified badge as bait to lure would-be suckers into spending money with the social media titan.
The latest iteration of Bing is on its way, and here's your first look at what to expect from the Google alternative.
Spotify gets a little romantic with news apps Fellody and Tastebuds, which scan your listening history to pinpoint a potential partner.