Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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According to a new report released by Tata Communications, one in four Americans admit they wouldn't survive more than five hours without using the Internet in their daily life.
Australian online social network startup Tinybeans has drawn upon a strong North American customer base and a potentially broad palette of revenue models to secure AU$2 million from private investors.
Ello, the new ad-free, porn-friendly social network is taking the Internet by storm with people clamouring for invites to the site. But does it have what it takes to make a dent in Facebook’s dominance without mining data about our connected lives?
Already being rolled out for internal product management teams, LinkedIn is also planning to eventually open source Pinot to the public.
The once popular Google service shuts down and becomes a virtual museum that pays tribute to the start of social networking in Brazil.
Kevin Systrom will serve as a member of Walmart's technology and e-commerce committee.
Six Clicks: Want to know more about the cloud's little known features? We highlight six useful features of cloud services.
Facebook's revamped advertising platform, Atlas, allows marketers to track your patterns, preferences and purchase decisions across the Web.
Just over a week after Hong Kong residents took to the streets demanding full democracy for the city, social media site Instagram has been blocked across mainland China, according to reports.
Platform as a Service, as it now stands, is too much about "dev" and not enough about "ops."
The latest round brings Hootsuite's total financing to $250 million, with a valuation now rumored to reach $1 billion.
Oracle said that starting in the spring of 2015, Box's content collaboration platform will seamlessly mingle with the Oracle Marketing Cloud.
No matter what SAP's press release says, CRM isn't a failed experiment, it's not dead, and it continues to thrive. Paul Greenberg answers the latest barb thrown.
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.