BranchOut, the largest specialized networking service on Facebook, released its newest product yesterday, the Jobs Tab.
VH1 has launched Co-Star, an iPad app designed to engage viewers in online conversation about their favorite TV shows like Mob Wives, Saddle Ranch and Audrina.
The energy in New York was explosive last night as news of Osama Bin Laden’s death spread like wildfire throughout the city.
America.gov is no more as the State Department allocates resources from the site towards new social media endeavors.
Last year, Twitter made it a goal to increase monetization of its social networking site by implementing promoted tweets and running ad campaigns with major brands.
UberMedia, a company which has coded multiple Twitter apps, may be planning to launch its own site to compete with the social networking giant.
The emphasis on real-time, online communications has grown tremendously over the past few years with social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook storming the Internet.
Could it be true? Is Facebook really heading to China?
Much like Facebook’s business pages, word on the street says Twitter is considering a similar strategy as part of its plan to monetize the social networking site.
How does a social network with no privacy settings at all sound? Because that's the setup with Color, a new application from Bill Nguyen, the entrepreneur who sold Lala to Apple in 2009 for around $80 million.
Acknowledging that the majority of phones sold around the world are on-smartphone models, Facebook has agreed to buy Israeli start-up Snaptu, which offers social networking services on simpler phones.
Twitter is bolstered its digital security perimeter with the addition of a setting that offers permanent access to the popular social networking site via HTTPS.
SXSW is a show defined by minds and ideas, rather than the announcement of new consumer electronics.
Like any good Internet meme, there comes a point of saturation where sheer delight turns to absolute disgust and overload. Take that sheer disgust and multiply it by three and there you have it: Charlie Sheen.
After years of unpopular rule, Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has been ousted from power.
Celebrations took shape in all forms, including parties, riots in the street, and of course on Twitter and Facebook.
2010 was a year chock full of social networking competition. From Facebook’s meteoric rise to number one, to the popularity of picture sharing sites and Twitter, it seems like almost everyone is a member of at least one social networking site.
When it comes to Facebook's 500 million users, the question on everybody's mind is: how can we harness the power of these numbers into a money making platform?
Facebook and Apple are a threat to the internet, Sir Tim Berners-Lee warns today, twenty years after the creation of the web.
Apple's Ping - described at its September launch as the social network of music - has now been integrated into Twitter.
The man behind Netscape, Marc Andreessen, is funding a new browser targeted at social networking users.