America’s smartest schools have given Twitter an F. Harvard, Yale and Stanford universities have all sold big chunks of their Twitter stock as the nine-year-old social media company struggles to prove to investors it has a trajectory of growth.
His big break ended before it began when he took it too far for Facebook.
Twitter’s standalone app for live-streaming video, Periscope, now has nearly two million daily active users watching 40 years of broadcasts a day.
Tinder's chief executive Christopher Payne will step down from his role and Sean Rad - the co-founder of the dating-app - will take his place effective immediately, the company revealed late Wednesday U.S. time.
The Russian government’s technology and internet watchdog is threatening to block Reddit across the country if it does not remove a thread dedicated to growing cannabis.
Facebook could be preparing to take on Twitter at its own game, with a standalone news application for mobile phones.
Tinder has reacted poorly to being heralded as the harbinger of the “dating apocalypse” in Vanity Fair magazine, going on a defensive rampage on social media.
The FDA issued a warning letter to a pharmaceutical company after Kim Kardashian posted a promotional selfie with one of its drugs.
Twitter has begun to honour takedown requests from users complaining their jokes have been lifted wholesale and shared by others, passing them off as their own.
Facebook says it has now repaired a widespread service outage Monday that prevented millions of users posting status updates, liking posts or submitting comments for more than four hours.
Martin Shkreli, the controversial pharmaceutical executive facing U.S. securities fraud charges, had his Twitter account hacked Sunday.
Manchester United legend Edwin van der Sar unwittingly helped an Arsenal fake dupe Piers Morgan into believing that former Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp joined Twitter last weekend.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
It’s a smaller world after all: Facebook has challenged the conventional wisdom that there are six degrees of separation between everyone on the planet.
Twitter has improved its anti-harassment tools, adding the ability to report multiple abusive tweets at the same time.
As Instagram tries to make money, it finds itself in some ways competing with its own users for ad dollars.
Revenues for Spotify, the world’s biggest music streaming service, surged 80% last year to nearly €2bn £1.5bn, but losses widened as it invested heavily amid tough competition from the likes of Apple Music and Tidal.
Two’s company but three’s a crowd according to dating app Tinder, which has launched a legal bid to kill off a rival app aimed at people looking for threesomes.
Facebook has apologized for banning a photo of a plus-sized model and telling the feminist group that posted the image that it depicts “body parts in an undesirable manner”.