In a rush to share information and find the Boston bombing suspects, news outlets and amateur Internet detectives showed the best and worst of social media in a few whirlwind days.
In a testament to the issues surrounding the appropriate use of social media during a tragedy, Reddit is publicly apologizing for the role that it played last week in fueling an online witch hunt that led to identifying an innocent Brown University student as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
The comedic revolution won't be televised. Instead, it'll come in 140-character bursts and six-second Vine vids.
Americans spend more time on social networks than other Internet users, according to a study by Experian Marketing Services.
LinkedIn's newly revamped mobile apps blow away their predecessors, but bear a striking resemblance to another big-name social network.
If you thought standard sponsored ads were annoying, wait until you hear about this.
A host of celebrity tech executives, including the founders of Twitter, Pinterest, Evernote and Android, converged in Tokyo this week, invited as part of an ambitious effort to modernize Japan's economy through entrepreneurship.