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Why you shouldn't add just anyone on Facebook, even hot-looking women.
The open-source content management system offers a bevy of features that makes it ideal for authors, vendors, media producers and more.
Analysis: Everywhere you look on the social networks, posts with pictures get most of the attention and engagement.
LinkedIn is previewing a redesign of the pages that it lets companies set up on its professional networking site.
If you have been unable to post photos to your Twitter account, the problem probably isn't on your end.
LinkedIn will now notify its members whenever their contacts interact with them in a variety of ways, such as liking something they posted.
Bloomfire has created a tool that gives LinkedIn users create, publish and share multimedia content.
A 'troll' arrested on suspicion of aiming a torrent of abuse at a fellow Facebook user has turned out to be a 32-year-old Birmingham policeman, it has been revealed.
The on-again, off-again version of Tweetbot for the Mac is on again—though in a limited beta form.
The social network vows to clean up its act, but isn't saying how it will tell the legitimate likes from those clicked by bots.
Facebook said on Friday it will cleanse pages of fraudulent "Likes" that have been injected by scammers to impart a false sense of popularity on profiles.
Rhino joins Hooha, a free Android program built for the new microblogging network, which describes itself as developer-friendly and ad-free.
The answer engine has created a new tool that will dig into your Facebook account and tell you things such as when and where you were born and even what the weather was like then.
UPDATE: Secure.me's App Advisor website and browser plug-in are designed to make users aware of privacy risks.
The fake Twitter followers industry is just the tip of the iceberg -- in fact, a huge fake-popularity industry takes many forms.