In China, 2014 was the year that social network popularity decreased, but it’s a different story for 2015. In the last few years, China has been considered one of the greatest internet using countries in the world, ahead of the US. Out...Show More Summary
Google+ has redesigned its stream and changed the way users connect - and it might even win over Facebook's endless feed of people you knew 10 years ago. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius
The anonymous social network promises to reveal "unseen worlds." That's true in more ways than one.
Facebook gave its employees around the world something extra to be thankful for just in time for the holidays. The social networking giant announced this week that it is extending its policy of offering four months paid leave to newShow More Summary
As CEO Mark Zuckerberg prepares to become a father, the world's largest social network shakes up its parental leave policy.
If you’ve yet to try out paid social media advertising—or if there are a few networks you’ve yet to experiment with—we’ll show you how to get started on some of the most popular social networks.
Sometimes we all forget just how much our parents do for us. Whether it's making us soup when we're sick or laughing at us when we're hungover, they're always there when we need them most. On Yik Yak, a social network popular among college students, people are reflecting on what exactly about their parents they're thankful for. Show More Summary
VideoMany of the themes surrounding the Future of Work are enabled by technology. The big challenge for many organizations involves getting employees to use new technologies such as collaboration tools and internal social networks. If employees do not use them, it makes it difficult for the components and themes involving [...]
Marco Rubio continued his charm offensive with social conservative homophobes Wednesday when he told David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network that the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage and abortion are "not settled law" and that we are "called" to try to change them. Show More Summary
Every Thanksgiving, we give Instagram so much to be thankful for. “Over 10 million photos that mentioned Thanksgiving-themed words in their captions were shared yesterday,” the disembodied voice of the social network announced in a blog post upon the conclusion of the Thanksgiving holiday in 2012. Show More Summary
Hundreds of quizzes created by a single company on the social network are creating a privacy concern.
The social networking platform also wants to be an office tool as evidenced by its Facebook Work Chat app rollout
A Facebook user calling himself “Phuc Dat Bich” said Wednesday his viral postings about discrimination by the social network due to his name were a hoax. The prankster, now styling himself equally perplexingly as “Joe Carr”, garnered worldwide media attention and public...
For many people around the globe, it’s now second nature to take to social networks to express opinions in times of political and cultural upheaval. In India, citizens are taking things one step further by rating apps run by companies they take issue with. Show More Summary
The man claiming to be “Phuc Dat Bich ”, the Facebook user who had been denied access to the social network as its “Real Name” policy had deemed him a fake, has revealed that the episode was indeed a prank. Read more...
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Isolated Lending Finds a Friend in Social Networking For decades the lending industry has tirelessly pursued the perfect equation to determine a borrower's likelihood to repay a loan. Armed with Big Data and the algorithms to parse it, today's lenders claim to have found the key - but they are mistaken. Show More Summary
Having second thoughts about that Facebook friend request you sent? The social network appears to be testing a way to pull it back.
Mark Zuckerberg has taken to Facebook (where else) to welcome the next wave of people now able to get online through an extension of the social network’s relationship with Indian utilities giant Reliance. The Free Basics service, renamed...Show More Summary
With the popularity of smartphones in the world and with the unlimited availability of social media networks and apps, it is quite common to see folks walking down the street staring directly at their phone rather than actually watching where they’re going. Show More Summary