Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Instagram actually isn't the first (or last) Facebook property to have kept its cloud infrastructure over at Amazon Web Services rather than moving it over to its parent company.
Facebook wants to remind everyone once again how serious they are about promoting the open source movement.
The average enterprise has almost 200 social media accounts affiliated with its brand. Nexgate Password Lockbox enables IT managers to keep everything under control.
Oculus has already been making waves and headlines this week as reports surface about potential hardware partnerships to take VR technology mainstream.
Connect6 aims to change the way that we find new connections and information across the social web with its discovery and search offerings.
'Quora's misogyny problem' is a tempest out of the teapot, and its current trolls-gone-wild state is a perfect example of why user-based websites need to change the way they think about targeted users.
Twitter is perhaps the most important learning resource that IT professionals have access to, yet not enough of us are using it.
In line with the social network's Internet.org roadmap, Facebook retooled its Android user experience following on-the-ground testing and experimentation in Africa.
Twitter said it plans to integrate the service more tightly into its own platform, which could mean video content will be embeddable directly in Tweets.
LinkedIn's new job search app is being touted as a one-stop shop for job seekers without the distractions of news feed updates and digital content postings.
Twitter's VP of platform engineering reveals how the social network manages more than 500 million tweets posted each day.
Following up its new Slingshot app, Facebook introduced a pair of new components to its network stack.
Have you ever wondered how social networking sites seem to know so much about you and your preferences? We take the lid off how these sites gather data about your activities.
Following up Paper, Facebook just unveiled the second project from the social network's Creative Labs department.
Don't want Facebook tracking your every move across the Web? Here's how to get out of the new Facebook traps.