Many people called Hurricane Irene a disappointment, many called it historic, and many more called it a dodged bullet, but the indisputable fact is that many people talked about it.
Would you join a new social network, with all the hassle that entails, just to save yourself from having to click a button to refresh your stream of tweets?
British politicians are reportedly eyeing some form of social media censorship that could be imposed in an effort to prevent future outbreaks of rioting and disorder.
Every time anything newsworthy happens, concerned citizens take to social networks like Facebook and Twitter, spreading text, images and videos.
Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich was recently accused of buying followers on Twitter, a charge the Gingrich camp fervently denies.
Miley Cyrus is back on Twitter and stirring up controversy after a temporary hiatus from the social networking site.
Social networking has officially gone mainstream in the corporate world, with at least 80% of companies using the medium for marketing purposes.
Twitter has concluded a successful round of lucrative funding with a group of investors led by Russia’s DST Global.
Algorithms can do a lot these days. A group of researchers claims to have developed one that allows them to guess the gender of someone using Twitter.
Like having your own personal map and compass in the Twitterverse, Bird's-Eye is an iPad app designed to track tweets in a particular geographic location.
Blogger Jeff Jarvis seems to have cause quite the uproar on Twitter after sending out a tweet with the hashtag "F***YouWashington."
Microsoft's UK Twitter account "@Tweetbox360" committed the ultimate social media faux pas Sunday.
Have you ever looked at people working their phones and wondered if they were tweeting about you or the people around you?
If you have Bieber Fever like me, you'll be happy to know that Justin Bieber just sent out his first photo using the popular Instagram photo service. FOLLOWED.
Despite two of its original founders leaving, pressure from competing social sites Facebook and Google+, and a government antitrust inquiry, Twitter executive Dick Costolo says the company is doing better than ever.
Pro athletes who use Twitter often get themselves in trouble. Rashard Mendenhall is finding out that posting your opinions through tweets can cost you millions.
In its quest to make the web more social, Google has launched "News Badges" to rewards users for reading and sharing links from Google News.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is stepping up its efforts to wage effective propaganda campaigns on various social networking sites.
On the heels of the recent Google+ launch, Microsoft "accidentally" published a splash page for what looks like a social application called "Tulalip" on Socl.com, reports Fusible.
Twitter has just updated its official Android app, bringing with it one of the most requested features from the Google mobile community.