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Pavel Durov, the CEO of the Russian social networking site VK, does not think very highly of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Edward Snowden instead is his personal hero.
Enterprise social networking suites like Tibbr are often referred to as "Facebooks for businesses" because they offer social features such as profiles, microblogging, groups, discussions, and ratings.
LinkedIn Recruiter is a mobile version of the many recruiter tools already available on the LinkedIn website.
NewsGator wants to tap further into the demand for business software that lets companies solicit ideas from employees, collect and manage their contributions, and distill the suggestions into concrete plans.
More than 75 percent of Twitter’s 218 million “monthly active users” reside outside the U.S., say IPO documents filed by the company and made public Thursday.
The company hopes to raise $1 billion by selling its shares on the public markets, in the biggest social media IPO since Facebook went public last year.
Snapchat is giving photos and videos captured with its app some longevity.
More hotels, shops and other businesses will soon be offering free Wi-Fi to customers if they agree in return to "check-in" at the business from their Facebook account.
Google finally beat down the scary and disconcerting glitch.
Facebook’s website and its Android app now will allow users to make changes to posts after they have been published. iOS users, coming soon for you.
Traditionally a site for business professionals, LinkedIn changed its terms of service recently to let younger people register.
By getting into the business of selling application development tools, Facebook wants to support an even tighter bond between apps and the site.
Twitter confirms the Trendrr acquisition in a tweet, saying that the company would help the social network “build great tools for the rest of the TV ecosystem.”
Facebook's general counsel says that the vast majority of requests relate to criminal cases.