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Photographers turning to social networks like Facebook and Twitter to promote their work may be losing the legal rights to their photos because the sites are deleting the images' metadata.
Before you "like" a friend's or company's post on Facebook, think twice. A new study shows that your Facebook "likes" may be far more revealing than you ever thought.
As expected on Thursday, Facebook announced a major overhaul to its News Feed that will now offer users customizable feeds that present specialized posts.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent is eyeing the U.S. mobile Internet market with its popular WeChat product, a messaging app that lets users send messages, voice recorded notes, and pictures to friends on the service.
Facebook makes it easy to connect with people online, but some of its users say they got burned out on the site or grew tired of their friends' "drama," a new survey shows.
Facebook wants users to add pictures and voice recordings to their messages, and to include video with their status updates.
Twitter's servers have been breached by "extremely sophisticated" hackers who may have made off with user names and passwords for about 250,000 users, the company said Friday.
BigDay, a new, free iOS app, can remind you of the important days in your friends' and family members' lives.
If Pinterest led the way in letting users document and share their obsessions, Moxtra goes a step further, offering new layers of voice communication and annotation for deeper communication in a fuller context.
Texts and videos are both great, and both limited. The mission of the guys at Glide is mix the two media into one, even better, form of communication.
Foursquare has launched a new mobile app aimed at making it easier for the 1 million business owners using the service to connect and share news with customers.
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.