2015 started off on a social high note. From Oscar nominations to #DeflateGate, the Twitterverse reacted to it all.
Twitter’s growth continued to slow in the fourth quarter, but the microblogging company’s shares soared in after-hours trading as it announced a sharp increase in revenues.
The Kim Kardashian: Hollywood mobile game was a lucrative hit in 2014. Now its publisher is working with Katy Perry on a follow-up.
An Instagram update has brought infinitely looping video to its platform, following in the footsteps of competitor Vine.
Dick Costolo is bringing Twitter 's 'Promoted Tweet' ads outside user feeds on Twitter and its apps to Twitter feeds on Flipboard and Yahoo Japan.
Twitter hailed the Super Bowl XLIX between the Seahawks and Patriots as 'the most tweeted @superbowl ever' with a record-breaking 28.4 million tweets.
Facebook revenue grew 49% in the fourth quarter, as mobile advertising helped the social network beat Wall Street’s expectations.
Music Unlimited to make way for the popular MP3 app on PlayStations 3 and 4
Support is to cease for two prominent Vita applications
When Facebook goes down it’s a serious issue: bored office workers are bereft of distractions, children are obliged to talk to their families, media executives cry over lost traffic and nobody gets poked … (no seriously, that still exists).
Facebook is considering the introduction of a virtual “tip jar”, so users can tip small amounts of money to the pages and people they like most.
Snapchat is facing criticism for introducing a Bob Marley filter to its app which pastes the late singer’s face over the user’s, adding cartoon dreadlocks and a cap.
Britain's Royal Family is looking for a social media editor, or so-called head of digital engagement, who will find "new ways to maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage."