A deal has been struck between Twitter and IBM that will help businesses find out what people are actually saying on the network. While it is already common practice for companies to search Twitter for feedback, the processes used are generally inefficient.
People aren't using Facebook like they used to, but the latest quarterly report from Shareaholic reveals the site is still providing the most overall social traffic. For the third quarter of 2014, Facebook delivered around 22 percent of social traffic on
With just November and December left in the year, it looks like the Buy button that has appeared for some people in Twitter timelines won't be launching completely until 2015. VentureBeat reports the button will jump into Twitter completely in early 2015, and it will
The November software update for the Xbox One includes deep Twitter integration, Microsoft has revealed. Microsoft is already making the November update available to those in the preview program. Along with deeper integration for the social network, this update
The DEA has come under fire for using personal information from a suspect to create a fake Facebook profile with the intention of contacting criminals. Facebook has responded to the DEA's actions by saying it was a "serious breach of Facebook's terms and policies."
Facebook is suing four separate law firms that represented Paul Ceglia in his 2010 case against the social network. Four years ago, Ceglia made a claim that he owned 84 percent of the social network, and it took until 2013 for a court to rule that his claim was not
Twitter has introduced a new timeline feature called the Audio Card that will let users listen to music and podcasts from within their Twitter timeline. The Audio Cards can be pushed aside while remaining active, so people can listen to the audio while continuing to
An official app for Vine has launched on the Xbox One, and it can now be downloaded for the platform. With the Vine app, users can browse and view videos, but they cannot record and upload their own. Vine has a special design on the Xbox One, and Microsoft claims
Facebook has announced a new feature called Safety Check that will help users inform family and friends of their health status during a natural disaster. Since communication during a tornado, hurricane, or other disaster can be difficult, Safety Check makes it easier
Twitter has gotten rid of support for SSL 3.0 in order to disable a vulnerability. While the social network has dropped support for SSL 3.0 to improve security, it also means some old web browsers will not work well with the site. A vulnerability in SSL was found