The original image-sharing service for Twitter has secured a last-minute deal with the social network, ensuring that all 800m photos on the site will stay online.
A third of British children now have their own tablet, according to the latest figures from communications regulator Ofcom.
Companies that take a fearful approach to social media need to step up and show some guts and encourage employees to share, writes an HR consultant.
Another Week Where HITCs Authors Look Over Past Gems.
Facebook announced a new stand-alone mobile app that enables people to communicate anonymously-a change in the company's long-standing policy.
Grump’s Internet Law dictates that whenever a large social network like Facebook or Twitter changes its design or adds a major new feature, people kick up a stink online claiming it’s going to ruin the service.
Twitter made a bold move beyond 140 characters on Wednesday when the microblogging company launched a new service aimed at developers it hopes will get its technology embedded in a new generation of apps and services.
YouTube games channels have become one of the most popular categories on Google’s online video site, with the 100 biggest notching up nearly 4.4bn video views in September alone.
The new hotshot on the college campus social media scene is Yik Yak.
Facebook sued four law firms on Monday over their involvement in a case challenging Mark Zuckerberg's ownership of the social media company.
Has Facebook finally struck the fatal blow in the long, slow demise of Flash by switching to HMTL5 video by default?
Martin Shkreli, the controversial pharmaceutical executive facing U.S. securities fraud charges, had his Twitter account hacked Sunday.
Brazil has blocked Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging app, preventing users in the country from connecting to service or sending messages.