A new method of monitoring identifies what information will be relevant on social networks up to two months in advance. This may help predict social movements, consumer reactions or possible outbreaks of epidemics.
The secret to why some cultures thrive and others disappear may lie in our social networks and our ability to imitate, rather than our individual smarts, according to a new University of British Columbia study.
A new research study - jointly written by Lars Backstrom of Facebook and Jon Kleinberg of Cornell University - tries to understand how your relationships pan out figuratively and mathematically. The result is a predictive of the ebb and flow of your relationships.
If you are ready to commit "virtual identity suicide," delete your Facebook account, and say good-bye to social networking sites, you are not alone.
In a world where we collect friends like stamps, here’s some sense for our social networks. At :40 my jaw hits the floor when creator Shimi Cohen outlines our max capacity of our social circles. And when at 2:20 he gets into the mind-blowing reason hitting delete is ...
Researchers have developed a free software app that they say can help detect pedophiles and criminals online.
I'm quite sure most of us have friends on Facebook and other social networking sites like Twitter that we are only somewhat distantly familiar with or perhaps don't really even know at all.
Flipboard has shrunk down and reengineered its iPad magazine-reading app to create an iPhone version.
My excitement and anticipation for the big royal wedding has been mounting for weeks, not because I’m somewhat of an Anglophile but rather for the sheer once-in-a-lifetime excitement of the whole thing.
Federal agency the National Labor Relations Board has launched a legal case asserting that employees have a right to free speech on Facebook.
A new program will soon be released which can scan social networks for pictures of particular individuals.
Did you know that search engines such as Bing and social networks like Twitter are chronic distributors of nefarious malware?
Microsoft is preparing to launch a new version of Windows Live, which has apparently been dubbed "Wave 4" by a team of very bored marketeers.
The nefarious Koobface worm of digital yore has made a dangerous comeback by rearing its ugly head on Facebook.