Steve Ballmer told CNBC on Friday he never sought to purchase Twitter — responding to speculation that he and fellow billionaire Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal were looking to make a bid.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook board member Peter Thiel’s support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in a post that invoked the importance of “diversity” for the social media company.
Twitter might have finally found some motivation to deal with its troll problem. Three and a half billion motivations, really.
A hoax Facebook status threatening that the company is about to reveal all of your private photos and messages has resurfaced again.
It may be Tesla’s Elon Musk who most often invites comparison to Marvel’s superhero Iron Man – the alter ego of billionaire inventor Tony Stark – but it is Mark Zuckerberg who might be the first to bring Stark’s technology to life.
"I don't believe that [CEO] Jack Dorsey can run one company effectively, let alone two," said Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at NYU.
Video and image-based social media continues to increase in popularity among teens, according to a new Piper Jaffray report.
Snapchat is preparing for a “mega unicorn” flotation on the stock market that could value the five-year-old mobile app known for its disappearing photos at as much as $25bn.
With Snapchat's parent reportedly gearing up for an IPO, the founders and early investors are set to reel in billions of dollars in profit.
Jack Dorsey thanked Twitter staffers in a memo sent to the company around the one-year anniversary of his return as CEO.
HITC questions the future with a little help from 'Deus Ex Human Revolution'
Jason Nash had just released a feature film, "FML"—a deal that he got because of his 2.7 million followers. Then Twitter pulled the plug.
Luzu used to work at a TV production company, but in 2011 he launched his own YouTube channel called LuzuVlogs.
Twitter's initial public offering (IPO) is generating "high levels" of interest among traders in the "grey market" already.
Social technology, in the words of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, would “make the world more open and connected”, and unite the international community. It promises a new, global platform for cultural storytelling – a significant opportunity to know one another better than ever before.
As anyone who has ever delved into their “Other” inbox on Facebook may know, accepting message requests from strangers is generally a bad idea. But is someone who shares your name truly a stranger?
The social media platform has doubled its user base in two years.
Miley Cyrus did it, Lily Allen refused to do it, one London gym started offering lessons in it. And on Tuesday twerking – the frenetic, buttock-wiggling dance – also topped Google's list of the trends that Britons were trying to discover the meaning of online this year.
That’s no moon! It’s a new plan to make the Star Wars Death Star a reality!
Mark Zuckerberg may intend to pursue government service while retaining control of Facebook, according to recently unsealed court filings in a case pitting the CEO against minority investors.
For the first time, Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey, has described his “complicated” feelings about the US president-elect Donald Trump’s use of the social media service.
Their talents range from comedy to gaming and from singing to playing pranks, often captured with nothing more than a handheld camera. But YouTubers are at the vanguard of an industry worth tens of millions of pounds.