Twitter's new program hopes to give marketers better information about how companies' tweets impact sales in physical stores.
Graph Search, which provides a way for users to search for various topics and interests across the site based on their existing connections and friends, is rolling out to users who use Facebook in English.
The National Music Publishers Association Tuesday filed a copyright infringement suit against Fullscreen, a company that produces, markets, and promotes videos, including music videos, on YouTube.
Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has announced a surprise plan to buy The Washington Post for $250 million in cash but won't be involved in the day-to-day operations of the paper.
Google is shutting down the Google+ Local places and discovery app for iOS devices and will be transitioning its features over to its Maps app, the company said Friday.
Should he return to the U.S., NSA leaker Edward Snowden would be eligible for a public trial by jury, according to a recent letter
Times are hard in Farmville as its owner, social games company Zynga reports that its user base has declined by almost a half in the past year.
Instagram users fretting about ads clogging up their image feed can breath easy, at least for now. Facebook said Wednesday it has no immediate plans to put ads in its photo-sharing app -- though make no mistake, they are coming eventually.
LinkedIn is giving companies the ability to place their marketing content into users' feeds, in a move that expands the site's revenue opportunities.
Mickie Rosen, head of global media at Yahoo, who was responsible for properties including Yahoo News, Sports and Finance, is leaving the company effective Sept. 1, Yahoo revealed Monday in a regulatory filing.
The diversified range of new products being built and provided by Google now make the company accountable for nearly 25 percent of all Internet traffic, up from a mere 6 percent just three years ago, according to a new study.
The mobile app developer hoped to lure new users with its ice cream delivery promotion.
Sixteen of the top 25 companies offering a good work-life balance are technology companies, according to a new ranking from the job site Glassdoor, with the SAS Institute and National Instruments leading the pack.