Facebook is rolling out a patch to fix a rare bug in its API that had apparently been leaking users' phone numbers to app developers.
By late 2010 journalist Noah Kravitz's @PhoneDog_Noah Twitter account had amassed more than 17,000 followers. That was all well and good—until Kravitz resigned and went to work for a competitor.
As the social network counts more than 200 million members, more employers are using it to tap IT talent.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent is eyeing the U.S. mobile Internet market with its popular WeChat product, a messaging app that lets users send messages, voice recorded notes, and pictures to friends on the service.
App.net, the social networking platform that launched as an ad-free alternative to Twitter, looks to expand its user base by offering a free account option.
Facebook's engineers have many challenges ahead of them as they work to scale up Graph Search, the site's new social search tool. One stumbling block: an over-abundance of data to sift through.
The fast-food chain is tweeting once more, after regaining access to its Twitter account. Burger King fell victim to a hack attack over the weekend -- the latest black eye for Twitter security.
Companies see social media as a gold mine of data about consumer practices, but users prefer to be the ones taking the initiative.
Facebook is working hard to assure users that Graph Search, its new search engine designed to uncover all sorts of information buried within the site, does not compromise the privacy rights of minors.