The game may have been an anticlimatic romp, but Super Bowl XLVIII will go down as "the most tweeted event in history," highlighting the power of social media and the growing importance of the so-called second screen, adman Miles Nadal said Monday.
The first three accounts on Facebook don't even exist.
Facebook is celebrating its first decade. Its success is remarkable – but what about the changes to society?
Part of a new standlone app strategy, Paper gives Facebook's news feed a minimalist, visual overhaul for iPhone users
Facebook has reported a record set of quarterly results, comfortably beating analysts’ expectations as mobile advertising revenues soared.
Culture secretary Maria Miller is to call on social networks such as Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook to crack down on cyberbullying in a dedicated summit scheduled for the next few weeks.
New project by Bitcloud could replace current internet with peer to peer system
Facebook has spread like an infectious disease but we are slowly becoming immune to its attractions, and the platform will be largely abandoned by 2017, say researchers at Princeton University.
A recent study found job candidates see an invasion of privacy when employers use Facebook to screen them.
A new app has launched for professionals promising full encryption and destruction of conversations.
Hacked extramarital dating site Ashley Madison has hit back at claims that the company filled its website with fake female profiles, saying that almost 3m messages were sent by women in the last week alone.
Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public, H L Mencken famously said. It looks like you can double the truth of that the moment penises get involved.
Twitter has rebuffed claims in a defamation lawsuit filed by the Hollywood actor James Woods, arguing that users who labelled the film star a “cocaine addict” and “registered sex offender” were simply engaging in “hyperbole”.