It's not just your imagination: The Internet is an angry place, at least if you buy into research from Beihang University in China.
Writing the perfect social media post is hard enough. Figuring out the right time to post it is another thing altogether: specifically, Buffer's thing.
Facebook hopes a large wood working shop installed in one of its buildings on the Facebook campus will inspire some of its employees to apply some new thinking to the jobs they were hired to do.
Foursquare has delivered on its promise to develop for Windows 8. But you probably shouldn't expect to be checking in from your notebook PC.
A U.S. judge has approved a $20 million fund for Facebook to settle a class-action advertising suit, despite objections from groups representing minors on the site.
It's not practical to prohibit social network access at work, and their usage can provide clues to effective business security, a Gartner analyst says.
Nimble 3.0 brings a nice package of new features, helping you stay on top of your networks, and find the right people to contact at the right times.
Path, the social network designed to better connect people who are already well-acquainted, is opening up its API to 13 outside developers to give its users more ways to share content.
Twitter's new program hopes to give marketers better information about how companies' tweets impact sales in physical stores.
Nearly half of the companies Forrester surveyed “are concerned about corporate collaboration issues and are keen to keep Facebook and Twitter streams clearly separated from corporate applications.”