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If you try to post a status update on Facebook this morning, it probably won't let you.
While the dangers of sharing too much data on Facebook are well-known, it is surprising how even a little data can give hackers a foothold.
Twitter's direct messaging feature appears to be experiencing technical difficulties, and the social networking service says an issue with URLs is likely to blame.
Beyond its baked-in goodies, Windows 8.1 brought a friend along: A modern-style Facebook app.
Facebook is lifting restrictions on teens' privacy settings, which is sure to anger parents.
LinkedIn Recruiter is a mobile version of the many recruiter tools already available on the LinkedIn website.
Twitter, which is preparing for an imminent IPO, submitted an updated S1 filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that contained financial results for the first nine months of its current financial year.
Twitter offers two advertising products geared around TV, and those products will be a key element in the company’s efforts to turn a profit in the years ahead.
The initial public offering, which is likely to be one of the hottest of the year, will see the company list its shares under the ticker symbol TWTR.
Spammers, rejoice! A new opt-in setting lets anyone send you a direct message on Twitter.
Facebook is making it easier for people to find you, so it’s about that time again: Check your privacy settings.
Facebook pulls the plug on a setting that allowed people to prevent others from finding them by name using the Facebook search bar, the company said on Thursday.
A partnership with Samsung resulted in Note-specific features like S-Pen doodles and multi-screen views in Twitter’s new Android app for tablets.
The account claims to be a Twitter experiment, and hints suggest that's true.
File this one under oops -- Twitter may have inadvertently revealed, at an earlier point, its plans to go public on Nov. 15, according to a recent PrivCo report.