Google+ has seen many changes over the years, and it's about to change yet again. Today we're taking a look at Google+'s past, present and where the social network is headed in the future.
At first glance, thedatadrive appears to be a charming cartoon version of Facebook. But it soon turns into a nightmare, distilled from the social network's brain-drilling efforts to force your attention to BRANDS. Read the rest
Instagram has recently launched an upgrade that is sure to be a game changer. The picture and video sharing application and social network has been known mostly as a mobile-first app, but with their recent update, it will be known for much more than that. Show More Summary
Facebook has been granted an updated patent from the U.S. Patent office on a technology that can help lenders discriminate against certain borrowers based on the borrower’s social network connections. The patent describes a technology that tracks the way users are connected in a network. The main use case is for preventing members of a […]
A Twitter hashtag that challenges race and gender stereotypes in the technology industry took off in San Francisco Tuesday, with dozens of engineers posting their photos to the social network alongside the hashtag #ilooklikeanengine...
In its quest to get even bigger, the massive social network is developing its strategy along several fronts
Summary: Mashable has penned what appears to be the definitive obituary for Google+, the social network launched by the search giant as a way to tap into the social media landscape. It’s a killer read if you have a few minutes, and discusses many of the (mis)steps Google has made with regards to social media...
Summary: People lie on social media all the time. Turns out, though that women tend to lie more when using social networking sites.
The feel-bad thing to read this week from my archives is: on social networks and investment banker compensation levels: Alameida of "Unfogged" Is Puzzled by Investment Banker Compensation Levels 2005-05-16 [Alamedia of "Unfogged" Is...Show More Summary
News sites will soon be "wire services" competing in social networks' internal attention markets, writes Ezra Klein. Scary! Read the rest
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, explains why your small business cant play in the middle," why Instagram is this years top social network, and more.
If you're noticing a new tab at the bottom of your Twitter app for iOS and Android, you're not alone. The social network is experimenting with a "Featured News" tab that surfaces trending news items in its mobile apps to keep users engaged. Show More Summary
Shares at Twitter have continued their downward spiral in Monday trading, ending at a new low of $29.25 after losing 5.6% of their value. The share price for the social network is now at its lowest point since its public debut. Twitter opened its IPO at $26 and shares quickly skyrocketed to $45. Show More Summary
The social networking giant began testing a new feature that brought the annual Chicago music festival Lollapalooza live to users at home. The post Facebook Live Events Could Command A Truly Global Audience appeared first on WIRED.
YouTube star Hank Green wrote a scathing post on Monday entitled "Theft, lies, and Facebook Video" that skewered the social network's video offerings, particularly as they relate to YouTube. Green's main objections are Facebook's practice...Show More Summary
Feeling a bit bombarded by the volume of emails being sent by LinkedIn? You're not the only one. The public has spoken -- often -- and the social media network has responded.
There are more signs that the days are coming to an end for Google+. The company recently announced features for YouTube that separate it more from the scuffling social media network. And Google has also separated Google Photos from the site, too.
Screencaps via Mark Zuckerberg, former teenage media mogul and founder of the most used/hated social media network in the world, has turned over a new leaf, stolen all of our Facebook data, and become a conceptual art terrorist. At least,...Show More Summary
Google poured a lot of time and resources into a social network that no one ever really used. The good news about mistakes is that you don't have to be the one who made them to learn from them.
It's always a good time to make sure you've secured your Facebook account, so here's how to use the social network's Security Checkup.