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At SXSW, techies dish anonymously with GhostPost

Could anonymous chat be the next big thing? At this year's South by Southwest Interactive, the place that helped put Twitter and FourSquare on the map, a fledgling app for anonymous chatting is gaining some traction.


At SXSW, marketing may drown out the next Twitter

This year's South by Southwest Interactive will play host to tech trends in areas as diverse as gaming, artificial intelligence, 3D printing and social networking, but whether the next Twitter will emerge at the conference is harder to say.


Hands on with Facebook's new News Feed

Mark Sullivan went to Facebook and got a glimpse at the service's new News Feed. Here's a hands-on look.


Facebook's updated News Feed

Facebook has drawn inspiration from newspaper sections to let its users toggle between different feeds. The new look is also more visually oriented.

Prove your worth to Pizza Hut in 140 seconds or less

Pizza Hut is seeking a social media manager, but instead of hiring the old-fashioned way, the company is launching a Twitter campaign and conducting 140-second interview lightning rounds at South by Southwest.


Facebook turns News Feed into 'personalized newspaper'

As expected on Thursday, Facebook announced a major overhaul to its News Feed that will now offer users customizable feeds that present specialized posts.


Facebook expected to roll out redesign Thursday

Facebook is slated to hold a press briefing Thursday, where the social networks' news feed is likely to get an overhaul.


Following breaches, experts call for two-factor authentication on Twitter

While two-factor authentication is not a silver bullet, it is a necessary step toward better security, said one analyst


How to build an online community for your small business

To attract customers to your brand, look beyond the ususal social media sites.

Facebook gets down to business on mobile

After spending the past six months talking about prioritizing its business around mobile platforms, Facebook says it's time to get down to business.


Tune out, turn off on National Day of Unplugging

Smartphone users are encouraged to power down their devices and engage with the physical world for 24 hours beginning at sundown Friday.