Twitter is rolling out a feature that lets users mute other users without unfollowing them, a halfway house between blocking and unfollowing.
Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg will be stepping down as president and COO, the company said Monday.
Knowing exactly where your friends are all the time is creepy; only someone who works in surveillance has that data.
US regulators have slapped Snapchat, the mobile messaging service, for falsely promising its users that their messages “disappear forever”.
You've heard of selfie. Now, you can add 'groufie' to your repertoire of social media jargon.
Amazon and Twitter are joining forces to let users of the social network add items directly to their online shopping cart just by sending a tweet.
It’s reported the two companies are working together to bring a home games streaming service but will there be enough bandwidth to stream In HD?
There are 277 million users on LinkedIn, according to the company’s latest results, and many of them — though not all — are probably competing for the same jobs.
Twitter's new feature means anyone who replies with #AmazonCart to a tweet containing an Amazon product will have that item added to their shopping cart.
Favourites – we use them for a myriad of reasons. Favouriting a tweet could mean “I like this tweet”, or “good point”, or “this is fun, but not enough to retweet”, or “I acknowledge your communication, but can’t be bothered to reply”, or “the conversation is ending now, but on a positive note!” Also, the favourite is a great bookmarking tool.
I am not sure what a low-key billionaire is supposed to look like, but I’m certain that’s the look Jack Dorsey was aiming for when he opened Twitter’s developer conference last month.
Facebook is testing an artificial intelligence (AI) feature that will allow it to answer questions about a photo, a feature aimed at helping blind people "see" images uploaded to the social network.