Don't-Miss Social networking software Stories
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.
Facebook passes the buck to users, but that is seen as an example of why privacy advocates want tougher restrictions on Facebook
The social-networking giant gives users Graph Search, a new way of searching through the massive amounts of content on the site.
Facebook's privacy settings are a pain point for many users: From the chaos it's caused after a privacy breach to the confusing settings after the launch of Timeline in 2011, securing your data and understanding who can see which parts of your profile have never been easy.
Adobe's acquisition of creative professional social networking community uses established network to spread the Creative Cloud brand
Apple dispatches Eddy Cue to check in with Foursquare, Brazil offers the only iPhone you'll ever see running Android, and we think one CEO's a little obsessed with the Apple TV--and it's not Tim Cook.
Instagram has updated its terms of service, and many Instagram users are not happy about what they've read. If you'd like to jump off the Instagram bandwagon, check out these photo-sharing alternatives.
YouTube, the outfit that defined online home video, has released an app that makes shooting and uploading a snap.
This free app provides a unified address book for all your contacts, not just those that live on your iPhone.
Facebook users will be able to vote until noon Pacific/3 p.m. Eastern on December 10.
A Senate bill that, at one point, would have protected e-mail privacy has gone the opposite way, and would allow government surveillance of online services without a warrant if passed into law.