Editor's Pick Instagram v. Twitter! Yahoo v. Google! Can't we all just get along? No. No, we cannot. Besides, it's more amusing this way.
Guest Post Social media is rapidly evolving into a data-centric and performance-driven marketing discipline. Here's what you need to do to succeed in 2013.
After a family photo is tweeted, one Zuckerberg learns that Facebook's privacy settings aren't always clear.
In 2012, the promise of the social election finally came to fruition. From gaffes and memes to true triumphs, here are Washington's top 10 tech moments.
With outlandish lawsuits, a botched IPO, and a detailed social record of historic world events, 2012 will be remembered as a year of extreme highs and lows in social media. Here are the top 10 social stories that defined the year.
After a hacker published around 300,000 Verizon customers' information, the telecommunications company is saying there was no hack.
What's the best new open-source project of them all? GitHub's got about 10 good guesses on that subject.
Guest Post As brands like Starbucks and Honda showed this year, marketers can use social networks for more than just sending messages to customers.
If you don't like the way social networks try to own your data, but you're not willing to sign off completely, there is a third way. Here's how to regain control of your own stuff without giving up Twitter and Facebook.
Twitter shook up the top brass a little today, transitioning current Chief Financial Officer Ali Rowghani to the top operating role and naming former Zynga treasurer Mike Gupta as the company's new CFO.
in with the smart and out with the stupid -- Twitter search, that is.
Twitter temporarily took down YourAnonNews, a popular account belonging to hacktivist group Anonymous.
Wonder what your first tweet was? Now, you can finally find out.
Twitter's nest of users has passed 200 million, and the social network is showing no signs of slowing down.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom played a dicey game of semantics in order to expedite the close of the deal between his company and Facebook.
It's one small step for Twitter, one giant leap for the legitimacy of second-screen data for marketing purposes.
Twitter CEO promised earlier this year that users will be able to access their own tweet data.
Guest Post While it may seem like a great idea, focusing all your attention to build a presence on a single social network could actually be a huge risk.
It's not exactly a tit-for-tat swap, but around the same time Instagram photos were stricken from the Twitter experience Pinterest pins started appearing inside tweets.
Twitter just released new data about its user interactions from 2012 -- all on a brand new website.