Two major social networks made big changes today. How will users react?
Pundits and journalists may have determined the front-runners in the presidential race, but on Twitter, the list of strong and weak candidates is very different.
In general, it’s probably not a good idea to bash your employers on social networking sites like Facebook, but a recent ruling paves the way for one notable exception.
A new survey from Nielsen says Americans now spend more time on Facebook than any other site.
As the East Coast endured an earthquake and hurricane, many relied on social media last week to find out what was going on and keep tabs on loved ones. It was a luxury we didn't have a decade ago when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
How two instructors opened minds in a closed economy and ensured the recession hasn't left every teacher behind.
Facebook announced an overhaul of its privacy procedures Tuesday, a move that likely comes in response to the challenge from Google+.
The percentage of consumers who review and change their privacy settings on social networks has skyrocketed in recent years, according to one new survey.
Google+ is rolling out a bunch of popular games this week in an effort to improve the user experience, but should the company be focusing on other innovations instead?
Facebook tried to diffuse concerns Thursday that it publishes the phone numbers it gets from users who link their cellphone contacts to Facebook, but the deeper concern is whether it feeds the numbers to advertisers.