Investors who bought into Twitter's public debut officially dipped underwater today. On Thursday, for the first time, shares of the embattled social media company dropped below $26--the pricing set during the company's November 2013 initial publ
Data dump shows cheating website was a favorite for people in power
Effort to monitor government opposition
I'm an inveterate backstalker...In case you're one of the lucky few who aren't familiar with the term (and probably haven't fallen victim), it's pretty vile.
Three months ago, Harvard student Aran Khanna was preparing to start a coveted internship at Facebook when he launched a browser application from his dorm room that angered the social media behemoth.
Bumble, the dating app that only lets women make the first move, is rewarding some of its members with a special VIP status
In April, we brought you the "FAKE-O" score or, as we delicately described it, "banks' brilliant plan to lend to deadbeats."
Twitter has had a rough go of it lately. It just lost a CEO. Its new (temporary) CEO is doing some, shall we say, heavy duty multitasking.
Just call it "friendlining"
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Donald Trump's campaign fired a staffer Sunday for what it said were racially offensive Facebook posts.
Social media company plans to start testing the craft, which is intended to provide internet access to remote areas, within months
Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm.
Agent provocateurs deliver dud bomb to Florida man
8 facts you probably didn't know about Ashley Madison, the website that helps people cheat on their spouses
When the creator of Beme, a video-based social network predicated on raw life footage, asks me to be realer, my first reaction is to be a little insulted. My Snaps are not to be trampled on. My Insta shots are on point.
Facebook has introduced a way for users to view posts from friends and pages they actually want to hear from by creating a more personalized news feed. If you've been following us but do not see our posts in your news feed, this is a great way to e
GOOGLE TRENDS HAS long been a tool for journalists tracking what people wanted to know about in the recent past. The function hasn't changed, but the tense has: Trends now tracks stories in real time, giving unfettered access to what the Internet w
Praises Twitter for Helping Track ISIS Tweeters
The Senate Intelligence Committee has approved a new measure which would force social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to report content that is believed to be connected to "terrorist activity".
A group of Evangelical Christians in Brazil created Facegloria as their own, sin-free, version of Facebook
I continually hear the words freedom and liberty chanted around me and prominently displayed on American homes and vehicles and in social media, so I know this must be something important.
GOVERNMENT TROLLS ARE USING 'PSYCHOLOGY-BASED INFLUENCE TECHNIQUES' ON YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK AND TWITTER
The printing press has been replaced by social media, writes John Sutherland
Facial recognition software no longer needs to see your faceFacial recognition software no longer needs to see your face in order to recognize you, a development that has understandably spurred all sorts of anxiety among the privacy-conscious.
Gmail is rolling out a popular feature that it has been testing for years: Undo send.
Once-iconic American retailer Gap is in trouble.
A key Microsoft platform differentiator was silently killed by one of the software giant's biggest partners this week, as Facebook discontinued support for a key API.
In our instant, shiny digital world, the law is an old ass.