Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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The latest upgrade boils down to two main tweaks around trending topics and engagement (i.e., Likes and comments).
Clearly not content with its current crop of questionably humorous advertising, Samsung has decided to launch a musical sitcom in Korea, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Box faces challenges in its adolescence as it struggles to retain relevance.
The latest Facebook app upgrades are designed to help developers better measure the performance and retention of their apps among their users.
As it continues to position itself as a cloud collaboration hub, Jive has been ramping up the number of integrations and connections available on its platform.
Even if we accepted the ridiculous premise that privacy is at odds with progress, no it's not too late, for a couple of reasons.
Facebook is enforcing its "real names" policy, insidiously outing a disproportionate number of gay, trans and adult performers -- placing them at risk for attacks, stalking, privacy violations and more.
Google plans on sharpening up the look and feel of Google+ on mobile with the help of Yahoo's former chief designer.
Facebook talks about how its using social listening to better target ads.
'You’ll be right at home if you live, breathe and occasionally dream in Java, Objective-C or Swift,' quipped Twitter's director of developer and platform relations.
The button will allow Twitter users to complete an entire purchase within Twitter apps for iOS and Andriod, while also giving brands a new way to make sales.
Tibco's Engage will get a running start from the company's 2010 acquisition of Loyalty Lab, but the marketing technology bandwagon is crowded. Does Tibco have the secret sauce?
In a recent survey 20 percent of companies had to use social media data in litigation or an investigation — a number bound to rise. The time to get ready is NOW! Here's quick intro to get you started.
Rackspace's Robert Scoble was one of the first pioneering bloggers. He helped popularize the media platform more than a decade ago while at Microsoft.
Rather than go on without Twitter API access, the Twitpic image-sharing service has decided to shut down.