Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Twitter is hoping its latest executive appointment will put some angry Tweeters to rest -- at least for awhile.
After spending the last 18 months retooling Facebook as a "mobile company," the next front is pushing those developments to the open source community.
Businesses are discovering they need to be where their customers are, but rather than gaining or losing a sale, the police have realised that this is their opportunity to stop crimes and build community relationships.
Flowics, by Argentinian startup Zauber, has entered the Indian market and is working closely with Twitter India to provide enhanced user engagement through social hubs.
Everyone is shopping today -- even Apple.
Used memory sticks being sold on the internet have been found to contain sensitive Australian government data, according to a new study.
What does becoming a social business actually entail? A practitioner in the trenches shares his top strategies and techniques for driving engagement with social tools.
APIs represent new channels for integration. Follow well-established best practices of software design and development to successfully manage them.
Useful innovation is one of the most meaningful outputs of human creativity. Today, technological aids are increasingly employed to improve and amplify the innovation process. Now new social methods, especially crowdsourcing, have fundamentally altered how innovation is achieved and even who does it.
James Howells wishes he could turn back time after throwing away a hard drive containing a fortune in Bitcoin
KwikDesk allows online users to anonymously send messages, which will be removed on a pre-determined date, and are retrieved via hashtag search.
After the unprecedented destruction wrought by Typhoon Haiyan, the social Web went on hyper drive revealing images of the devastation and urging for massive aid operations.
Joining Yahoo and Google, Twitter is the latest tech giant to promote its tactics for preventing decryption of sensitive user data.
Ahead of federal elections next year, politicians have been embracing social media to their advantage. Now, that same space could be used against them when tribal groups attempt to expose some of their unethical practices.