Social Media
Social Media

Social media posts can cost you your job, the First Amendment has no protection

Most people are unaware they can be fired for what they post on social media. The First Amendment doesn't protect you with employers and candidates can actually improve their chances if social media posts and profiles make a good…
Photography

Fall foliage fantasy: Michigan named top spot for shooting autumn colors

Fall colors and cameras go together like peanut butter and jelly and the best state for fall color is Michigan, according to social media and Nikon. On Friday, Nikon announced the Great Lakes state garnered the most entries in a contest.
Social Media

Facebook now lets you fundraise using Facebook Live, offer aid during crises

Facebook kicked off its inaugural Social Good Forum in New York on Thursday by announcing a range of fundraising, and community support updates, including a new donate button for Facebook Live broadcasts.
Social Media

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologizes for Neo-Nazi ad, blames automated system

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has publicly apologized for a Neo-Nazi advert that made it on to the platform earlier in the week. Despite initially denying the validity of the promo, Twitter has now accepted responsibility.
Social Media

Facebook acquires FacioMetrics to add special effects to photos and videos

Facebook is constantly expanding and changing to create a unique interactive experience for their users. Its latest acquisition, FacioMetrics, has the ability to track faces and recognize various emotions.
Home Theater

Twitter’s live video app for NFL streams is now available on Android TV

Twitter has launched its live video app on Android TV. The app is devoted to its live-streams, including its NFL, NHL, and MLB broadcasts. Best of all, you don't even need an account to view the action.
Social Media

Twitter takes a page out of Snapchat’s playbook with the launch of profile QR codes

Well, whaddya know. Keen to try everything it can to boost its stagnating user base, Twitter has taken a page out of Snapchat's playbook and launched QR codes for profiles.
Social Media

Facebook updates metrics reporting after more calculation errors

Facebook is doubling down on its metrics reporting with a renewed focus on transparency, following more bugs in the company's calculation system. Facebook is trying to ease marketers' concerns following a similar blunder in September.
Social Media

Twitter just suspended a number of accounts associated with the alt-right

Twitter has suspended a number of accounts associated with the alt-right movement, including those belonging to verified users such as Richard B. Spencer. The move is being viewed as an extension of its crackdown on abuse on its platform.
Cars

How ‘social currency’ is changing the face of the automobile industry

As the traditional automobile sales industry morphs into the mobility services industry, companies that can engage and create a personal relationship with their customers have a huge advantage over companies that fail to engage. One…
Cars

Avoid car salespeople and talk to an Edmunds.com chat bot instead

Don't want to talk to a car salesman? Consider talking to a Facebook chat bot instead. On Tuesday, car sales website Edmunds.com debuted a new tool that enables prospective buyers to avoid talking to humans.
Photography

Coca-Cola Selfie Bottle lets you take a photo of yourself enjoying fizzy beverage

It takes a special kind of narcissist to deem even the most mundane of activities worthy of a selfie, and now, Coca-Cola wants to encourage that kind of behavior by way of its new selfie bottle.