The public battle between two prominent tech insiders has divided the Silicon Valley community.
Facebook loves local business, apparently. And local business loves Facebook.
Chat Heads may be a big feature in Facebook Home, but that doesn't mean Facebook can't bring it to its other apps.
Twitter has published a music.twitter.com webpage with a #music hashtag and a so-far-non-functional sign-in button, suggesting that Twitter's new music application will launch as soon as this weekend.
In Valparaiso, Chile, they're excited that English Premier League soccer club Tottenham lost a semifinal, mostly because home-grown striker Marcelo Diaz scored for the rival club. And in Mombasa, Kenya, the buzz is all about Uhuru.
Stepping even further into the media fray, LinkedIn announced today that it has acquired the popular news reader app Pulse.
While it's been four years since Foursquare introduced itself to world, the company is still hashing out its business strategy. And that should horrify investors.
Prollie is a social search platform that tracks how "well" people use social media platforms and makes connections with others who share the same interests and passions.
We've been saying this for a while now: Foursquare isn't about badges and mayorships anymore. You need only look at the company's latest round of funding for confirmation.
We hear that Orth voluntarily resigned.
Kim Dotcom is leading the Time100 poll, which attempts to track the top leaders, artists, and innovators in the world. Being Kim Dotcom, he's not one to be silent about it.
Payments in-stream on Twitter: how cool is that? Too cool, apparently for Twitter.
With 17M users, Raptr can figure out which games are being played the most.
Facebook's "partner categories" add data from outside its network, so advertisers can target you based on what you buy and do outside Facebook, even including offline purchases.
You can sum up Foursquare's latest iOS app update in three words: location, location, location.
We've spent the past few days running around with the HTC First, the first phone with Facebook Home running out of the box . Here's our review.
Almost a year after their public break up, Facebook and General Motors are getting back together.
Today, Y Combinator company Hipset introduced a multichannel YouTube network that helps musicians grow and monetize their online audience.
Facebook is testing a new status update option that lets you tell everyone how you're feeling, what you're watching, and if you're drinking.
Salesforce says it has the world's only unified social marketing suite. Adobe says its marketing cloud is a single service that includes everything digital marketers need to get ahead.
Shift begs to differ.