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‘Monster Strike’ Gives Former Social Media Giant Mixi a Second Act

Mixi was a once-dominant social network that Facebook had driven to the edge of collapse — and then it created the mobile game Monster Strike.

Twitter login bug gives many users the boot

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Did your Twitter app suddenly give you the boot or otherwise behave strangely? It's not just you. The social network has confirmed a sign-in problem that's kicking out hordes of users (so far, mostly on Android) and preventing them from logging back...

Argentina: Outstanding Tourist Attractions on Social Media in 2014

Wenceslao Bottaro presents us the most outstanding tourist attractions on social media from the interior of the country, according to the II Edition of the Ranking of Tourist Attractions and Social Network in Argentina 2014. He also explains this ranking is important because: [...] sirve cómo radiografía del trabajo que...

Twitter Inc (TWTR) Has Unsound Business Model, Says Harvard Professor

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) doesn’t have a sound business model, Harvard Business School Professor Bill George told Carl Quintanilla in a discussion about the battered social network on CNBC. Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), according to George who was also the former chairman & CEO of Medtronic, is struggling because of its business model and leadership. It’s not […]

Social Scoreboard: Thursday, December 25

Last night, ESPN’s “30 for 30? and BBC America’s “Doctor Who” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings. “The O’Reilly Factor” was in third and all of you sickos tweeted enough about the AUDIENCE Network’s “Black Mirror” to put it in fourth. On Christmas. Really? PBS’s “Vicious” rounded out the night.  New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Class action suit takes Facebook to court over scanning private messages ad practice

Facebook is again accused of violating the privacy of its users, Reuters reports, in a new class action suit that alleges the social network has been scanning the private messages sent by users in order to better target them with advertisements. Show More Summary

Facebook hit with class action lawsuit over private message scanning

It’s not as jolly a holiday this year for Facebook, as the social network is facing a class action lawsuit in the US for having scanned users’ private messages without their consent, reports Engadget. Judge Phyllis Hamilton ruled inShow More Summary

Works by Carina Brandes, Melanie Gilligan, Ulrike Müller, and Michael E. Smith on view at MoMA PS1

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

In an age when digital communication technologies are changing the ways we relate to one another, we frequently encounter emotion in abbreviated forms and express it at a virtual remove. Social media networks encourage us to ?like,? ?follow,? or ?hashtag? our feelings and desires, and to convey them in symbolic emoticons. Show More Summary

A Recap of Social Media Happenings for 2014

Another year concludes in social media networking and many milestones were achieved. Facebook continued to lead the way while other social channels made large strides with their services online or via the mobile space.

The Oldest Facebook User Has Died At 114 Years Old

Anna Stoehr had to lie about her age when she joined Facebook. No, she wasn't too young; she was too old. You see, Anna was 113-years-old when she joined to social network. She was born in 1900, but the earliest year users can sign up with is 1905. She had been introduced to the social network a year [...]

NFL brings highlight videos to Facebook in key test for social network

Facebook’s push to crack open a wider niche in the world of online video has sped forward with a pair of “BeastQuakes.”

NFL brings highlight videos to Facebook in key test for social network

Facebook’s push to crack open a wider niche in the world of online video has sped forward with a pair of “BeastQuakes.”

11 People Who Used Facebook In Amazing Ways This Year

Facebook. It's not just for posting baby photos and complaining about politics! In fact, some people used the social network in amazing ways this past year. They used Facebook to connect, to make friends, to meet new people, to achieve dreams, and share goals. Show More Summary

Woman believed to be the oldest person on Facebook died today

At 114 years old, Anna Stoehr was the oldest person on Facebook—older than the social network even allowed her to

Facebook's now playing Verizon-sponsored NFL clips

Ready for some in-your-face(book) football? According to the WSJ, Facebook is now showing NFL news, highlights and fantasy info in US feeds, topped off by clickable Verizon ads. The social network said the new arrangement was a "small video sponsorsh...

Twitter's Still Struggling To Become More Than A Niche Network

Despite extraordinary visibility, capital, and hype, Twitter continues to struggle to move beyond the status of a niche social network. A recent chart from Morgan Stanley, tweeted by Business Insider's Elena Holodny, shows that Twitter's share over overall Internet usage time remains tiny. Show More Summary

This Month in #SocialMedia: December 2014 Social Media News by @thebigdebowski

The year is coming to close, and a few social networks unveiled some noteworthy updates. In case you missed any, here’s a recap of some of the major social media announcements from December 2014. Facebook Facebook announced the launch of call-to-action buttons for business pages. Show More Summary

Facebook Scores NFL Video Clips With Ads From Verizon

Facebook and the NFL have partnered to start distributing video clips on the social network along with video ads.

The “Snappening” Had No Impact On Snapchat Growth, Usage Or Engagement

No single bad PR incident can impact Snapchat’s growth or popularity, it seems. Earlier this year, the mobile social network made headlines when thousands of Snapchat accounts were hacked, causing around 200,000 private photos – many of a decidedly racy nature – to be leaked publicly to the web. Meanwhile, Snapchat’s tone-deaf response to the event – dubbed… Read More

Using Social Media to Stop the Spread of HIV/AIDS

Your favorite social media network may be more than just a fun way to pass the time. Social media such as Twitter and Facebook can be valuable in the fight against HIV in the United States, where research has demonstrated they can prompt high-risk populations to request at-home testing kits for the virus that causes […]

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