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Tired of Twitter? Fed up with Facebook? Cleaning up your lists of virtual friends can make social media more digestible. Here's how to do it.
Facebook's new iOS app is the cornerstone of its mobile-first strategy and could replace its core app altogether.
Facebook's stand-alone app combines curated news with your News Feed.
Facebook has announced a new smartphone app called Paper that aims to deliver status updates, photos and news in a full screen, slick and fluid interface.
The social network’s new iOS app combines the best of News Feed with curated stories to create the ultimate personalized newspaper.
The Mac turns 30 -- can it survive to 40? The iPod's sales figure suggest an iconic product that's about to pass into the great beyond. And Google's purchase of Nest brings up lots of questions about what Google's really up to.
Another TV app is competing for your eyeballs, but this one could actually give Twitter a run for its money.
Vine took the world by storm in 2013, but it needs to innovate or risk boring users before its 2nd birthday.
The messaging app beloved by teens is struggling to plug the holes in its privacy measures.
Overwhelmed by your Twitter feed? Before you unfollow everyone, try organizing your feed with lists.
The world’s largest social network wants to improve the content you see in your News Feed, and that includes discussions.
Twitter's social video app Vine now offers Web profiles and video feeds for easier access.
Just because social media is having a major moment doesn't mean every social startup is a success.
Vine is opening up vanity URL registration, first for verified Twitter users then for the world, starting Dec. 20.