Google announced a partnership with Twitter that'll see real-time tweets added to search results. The move represents a reversal of the search giant's previous stance, which saw tweets removed in 2011.
President Barack Obama finally has his own, personal Twitter account. His first tweet read “Hello, Twitter! It’s Barack. Really! Six years in, they’re finally giving me my own account,”
Columba Bush, Jeb's wife, has just started Twitter and Instagram accounts to introduce herself to the public, as a way to appeal to Hispanic millennials, who use social media more than other demographics.
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 street sweeper is a…
Domino's has always embraced technology, and the company's latest feat of pizza-related techno-wizardry allows customers to have a pizza delivered using nothing but Twitter and a few choice emoji.
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.
Notorious Internet troll Andrew "weev" Auernheimer found that his promoted tweets that supported white supremacy were banned by Twitter. The ban took effect due to the company's stance on hate speech.
Angry feminists, trolls and over-zealous comic book fans have united to attack Avengers: Age of Ultron director Joss Whedon on Twitter. This has led to the director quitting Twitter in disgust.
Periscope is a cool little app, but actually finding streams worth watching can be more trouble than its worth. Now New York-based startup Dextro is using machine-learning algorithms to find streams that may actually interest you.
The earnings reports of Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yelp suggest that their user bases are stagnating and failing to grow as quickly as analysts anticipated. The implication is that people just aren't as drawn to social media these days.
An update to Meerkay announced over the weekend introduces Facebook support, allowing users to log in with their Facebook account and post notices of upcoming streams as well as currently airing streams directly to Facebook.
The #iseechange campaign is about to extend across the U.S. in the near future — and you can contribute your own Instagram photos of unusual climate conditions if you want to help the cause.
While all the popular social networks reported growth in the first quarter of 2015, one of them may surprise you: LiveJournal. Created in 1999, the once-popular community blog apparently still has a following.