Frequent Facebook Use Might Prolong Life, Study Finds
Frequently using Facebook may prolong one's life, how is that possible? Can social media be used as an effective tool to prolong a person's life?
China Knocks Off US And Japan As The Biggest Apple App Store Spender
China may be helping the American tech giant Apple's iOS App Store more than it should.
Facebook Launches Workplace, A Slack Competitor
Facebook is expanding to the enterprise world through the new chat and app Workplace. The social networking site wants to help businessmen to make their companies widely known.
LinkedIn Now Helps its Users Secretly Find New Jobs
LinkedIn is expanding its services to its users by offering jobs. The social networking app is helping job seekers to find the perfect jobs secretly.
Twitter Introduces Hashtag-Activated COP21 Emojis
Social networking site Twitter introduces hastag-activated emojis in conjunction to COP21 that is being held in Paris, France.
Why Waze? Facebook Follows Apple As The Latest Company To Chase After Social Map App
Facebook is reportedly in talks with Waze, a social networking map application. The same social networking map application Apple was in talks with to buy.
Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Yelp: Make Room For Go Social (Interview)
We interview Go Social MD Brian Hope about his thoughts on social media, Facebook, Twitter and more.
North Korea 3G Launch: Can Social Media Change Pyongyang?
The pariah state's citizens are starting to use smartphones and social media.
Match.com Sued By Vegas Woman Over Failed Love Connection
A Las Vegas woman filed a $10 million lawsuit against the online dating service Match.com, after she met a prospective love interest on the site that almost killed her two years ago. In 2010, Mary Kay Beckman joined Match.com approximately one month before meeting Wade Ridley in person for the first time. She broke up with him after dating him for just eight days. After the breakup, Ridley began stalking Beckman, sending her threatening messages.