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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.
A new API being tested will allow applications to deliver short messages to their users' profiles.
Twitter will allow advertisers to target users based on their interests following a successful test of a new advertising feature, the company said on Thursday.
From Lady Gaga to Obama, paid tweets and inflated followings game online reputations and call the whole system into question.
On the heels of controversial changes to its developer platform, Twitter is debuting a certification program for third-party business applications that the...
Bing has a new feature that lets you search through your friends' Facebook photos.
Google may be moving too slowly in building up Google Apps' enterprise social networking (ESN) features.
President Barack Obama, currently on the campaign trail ahead of the upcoming November elections, made a brief virtual appearance on Reddit, a popular online...
Google has started publicly testing an initial set of enterprise features for Google+, adding a key collaboration component.
The Japanese government on Wednesday hosted a panel in Tokyo on allowing emergency "911" calls to be placed through social networks such as Twitter during...
CNN's Election Insights to show 'as-it's-happening' info on social-media discussions on presidential candidates.