Don't-Miss Social networking software Stories
Facebook has launched a tool that measures the return on investment of advertisements on the social network.
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.
Users who signed into third-party Web or mobile applications using their Twitter accounts might have given those applications access to their Twitter private "direct" messages without knowing it, according to Cesar Cerrudo, the chief technology officer of security consultancy firm IOActive.
Facebook passes the buck to users, but that is seen as an example of why privacy advocates want tougher restrictions on Facebook
The social-networking giant gives users Graph Search, a new way of searching through the massive amounts of content on the site.
With Facebook preparing for its mysterious press conference on Tuesday, speculation is surging that the announcement could be about anything from a new smartphone to a new mobile plan to a new search feature.
Facebook's privacy settings are a pain point for many users: From the chaos it's caused after a privacy breach to the confusing settings after the launch of Timeline in 2011, securing your data and understanding who can see which parts of your profile have never been easy.
Facebook is experimenting with a service that charges to drop a message into the inbox of someone who isn't your Facebook friend.
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Instagram's trials over the past few days are a rite of passage reserved for only the most popular and beloved online services
With calls for a boycott and users leaving the site in waves, Instagram on Tuesday said its terms of service changes were "misinterpreted."