Tech vendors are tripping over themselves to be social, and enterprise computing increasingly emulates Facebook and Twitter.
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Mobile advertising revenue alone accounted for 75 percent of Twitter's total advertising department intake.
Companies are not collecting significant social profile data meaning that the move to Social CRM and Big Data applications is still in its infancy according to 8thBridge
Facebook has come a long, long way since its sophomoric beginnings.
Today, Facebook towers over the social-networking world with over a billion users. It didn't start that way. But, it's final legacy may not have much at all to do with social networking.
Microsoft has made a $15 million investment in Foursquare and signed a multi-year contract to license Foursquare data, according to reports.
Facebook is open sourcing a new security tool intended to help developers write apps that are more secure and efficient on Android.
Facebook's next decade will be more interesting to watch as it moves toward those awkward adolescent years. Here's a look at the key challenges.
Social media giant is gunning for big growth in India, where it has 93 million users, lauding the market as the company's next big thing as it marks its 10th anniversary this week.
A New York-based money management firm and its president got into some hot water with the SEC this week after allegedly making false claims on Twitter.
IBM told Twitter it believed the social networking company infringed on its patents. Twitter later acquired more than 900 patents from Big Blue and bolstered its intellectual property portfolio.
This month's roundup is focused on pitches that lack focus. (Yes, prepare to get meta.)
If it can't make a phone itself, Paper demonstrates Facebook will just take over your phone through apps.
Facebook continues to show it can monetize mobile and grow its operating margins with a strong fourth quarter.
Twitter has introduced some new filters that make it easier for users to find the people, photos and news they want from their overflowing feeds.
User information could be up for grabs, as well as the potential to allow attackers to control services linked to Facebook via its Connect feature.