Don't-Miss Social Media Stories
Twitter is creating an experience for you, even if you don't have a Twitter account.
The deal means more millions more eyeballs will be on Twitter, even without new users.
Twitter and Facebook saw a slew of posts, photos, and videos during one of the most exciting Super Bowl games in recent memory.
Vine's new kid-oriented app likely has bigger plans.
The social network will use a combination of Wi-Fi, GPS, and new Bluetooth beacons to show you location-based info.
The social networks need your attention to serve up more ads.
With no followers or friend lists, Plague spreads content among anyone nearby—talk about going viral.
Now a $10 billion+ business, Facebook looks to the next decade.
Forget timeline curation. Twitter's new features make the platform more appealing for both power users and newcomers.
The new feature floats important stories to the top of your timeline in a Facebook-esque move.
Maybe now your friends and family will stop spreading that classic fake story about Facebook charging membership fees.
How to win followers and influence teenage girls...with the help of some star-making companies and their algorithms, of course.
An app that has a stranger wake you up anonymously with a phone call? Yeah, no thanks.
Wakie wants you to ditch the alarm clock and wake up to a phone call from a stranger.
A version of Facebook for inter-office communication holds promise, but it's still in testing and there's no business model yet.
Amber Alerts on Facebook could go viral and help law enforcement agencies find kids faster.