Facebook adjusted the way it promotes Pages in the Newsfeed, choosing to privilege posts that include link-sharing instead of posts that just have text. But big-name Pages users, including Justin Bieber's team, have already figured that out.
A global survey indicates that Instagram continues to grow faster than competitors. It also underscores Facebook's continued dominance – even if teens are leaving, Mark Zuckerberg's company is still killing it.
Issuu is known for its high-quality presentation of magazines and newspapers. But only now is the platform going native on mobile. Issuu is making its Android debut.
If you want to tell everyone how you're feeling or share a link, social networks are the way to go. But if you want to acquire customers, email is still a better tool – for now – according to a survey.
A Canadian mother posed as her daughter on Facebook to entrap a child predator, which led to the predator's arrest. If she had not paid attention to her child's online activity, her daughter could have put herself in danger.
Twitter is making a deal with e-commerce startup Stripe, according to a report. If accurate, this may be a big step for Twitter into the world of online shopping and digital retail.
Facebook announced a new feature, "Trending," a service to show users the most popular conversations happening on the social network. It's like Twitter's Trending Topics, but less effective.
Senator Rand Paul has joined Snapchat, the disappearing photo-sharing service. The opinionated politician continues to excel at social media, who's already using Twitter heavily to air his grievances.
President Obama was the first presidential candidate to tap into the power of social media, and he still appears in the know when it comes to what's cool to use and what's falling out of style. What's no longer cool? Facebook.
Twitter improves targeted ads, now uses email addresses and usernames to create tailored campaigns for advertisers.
The Syrian Electronic Army hacked Microsoft's blog and Twitter account over the weekend. This was the hacker collective's second attack on the tech company this month, but it's not likely to be the last.