Taylor Swift’s album 1989 has been out for 29 hours now, enough time for it to shoot to the top of the iTunes album chart and for any right-minded person to have played it up to 28 times on loop – unless they’re a Spotify user.
After recent criticism of Twitter’s plans to start showing tweets in people’s timelines from accounts that they don’t follow, the social network has stressed that it will “always be a real-time network”.
Half of all YouTube views are now coming from mobile devices, according to the chief executive, Susan Wojcicki.
The Twitch game streaming service has added new rules, including some focussing on acceptable clothing when broadcasting.
Twitter’s share price dropped 10% in after-hours trading on Monday amid continuing signs of slowing growth at the social media company.
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.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
The dilemma: you’re a friendly, Twitter-loving organisation that wants to wish its followers a happy new year, but doesn’t want to be staffing a corporate social media account at the moment the party poppers start popping.