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The nation’s tech hub plans to partner with social networks to help residents prepare for the worst.
A large number of customers are migrating from SMS to free or cost-effective social messaging apps, but that's where the money is, says global analyst firm Ovum.
Twitter today unveiled a music service that uses activity on the microblog to help users share and discover new music.
Snaptiva wants to add a bit more color to the experience of shopping for home design and fashion products, literally.
Facebook is teaming up with the nation's attorneys general to launch a public awareness campaign aimed at keeping young people safer on the site.
Lyft and Sidecar may be the kings of ridesharing right now, but Uber is coming up in the rearview mirror.
A feature in the Twitter API (application programming interface) can be abused by attackers to launch credible social engineering attacks that would give them a high chance of hijacking user accounts, a mobile application developer revealed Wednesday at the Hack in the Box security conference in Amsterdam.
Facebook has posted a Q&A on its website about the privacy implications of its new Facebook Home software for Android phones, though it was unclear if it has addressed all the concerns raised.
Microsoft took a big swing at Facebook Friday, calling the social network's new Home launcher an old idea.
A new tool may help you keep ownership of your images and safe from Facebook and Flickr's fine print.