Postano -- a social media content aggregation and organzation tool -- has taken a step further in providing the an all-inclusive social networking suite for businesses and individuals: Postano now works with Pinterest.
Five years ago, Justin Edmund arrived at Carnegie Mellon University, a floppy-haired freshman, with artistic talent and dreams of joining a venerable design firm like IDEO or Frog. But during his sophomore year, a recruiting pitch from a Facebook employee turned his head, and prompted a detour of his ambitions.
Facebook buys Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. For those who don't want to use Instagram anymore, we've found the 5 best alternatives to Instagram that will allow you to edit and share your photos while maintaining your privacy.
Facebook Inc., the world's biggest social network, said Monday it will buy Instagram, the photo-sharing application with over 30 million users, for $1 billion in cash and shares as it seeks to compete with other major technology firms.
Twitter Saves Lives: Johannesburg Carjacking Victim Rescued Via Tweets, Top 5 Life Saving Social Media Moments
Twitter may be known as one of the most prominent social media tools to hit the web. However, the social networking service may be useful for more than keeping in touch with friends and sharing information.
Although they may not be the most dominant social media networks, Pinterest and Google Plus can drive a significant amount of traffic to websites. But which of the two drives more referral traffic?
Google introduced its futuristic eyeglasses on Wednesday, called Project Glass. Google's wearable solution mixes communication technology with real world elements, but these high-tech glasses don't come without a fair share of flaws.
On Monday, the Bhutanese government led a session in the UN called Wellbeing and Happiness: Defining a New Economic Paradigm, that highlighted the world's happiest countries and discussed how to put happiness on the global agenda.
The developers of a controversial app have pulled their creation, Girls Around Me designed to find and peruse information about women nearby based on their location, from the Apple App Store after a heated privacy debate.
As the digital age reaches the dormant stage of social adaptation, having left its mark on the daily process of culture at large, can we add viralism or another digitally referential marker to our collective art discourse? Moreover, is viral a relevant -- let alone acceptable -- aesthetic stance?
Most of the world is interconnected thanks to email and social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, according to a new poll released on Tuesday.
Companies looking for new employees continually look to social networks like Facebook to learn more about their job candidates. But since many users have made their profiles private, some employers now require applicants to submit their login information. But is this an invasion of privacy?
Whether it's choosing the right present, selecting the proper size or style, or digging up a current mailing address, gift giving can be difficult.
Two US senators have called on the federal agencies to investigate whether employers are violating federal law by requesting Facebook passwords from interviewees. Senators Charles Schumer, a Democrat from New York, and Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, have asked the Department of Justice and the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to commence investigations.
International Business Machines launched on Tuesday three services to help companies sift and understand so-called big data, hoping to get some of the $120 billion or more that businesses are expected to invest in data analytics by 2015.
While most high-end smartphones feature 5-megapixel or 8-megapixel cameras, Nokia’s new 808 PureView, unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012, packs a whopping 41-megapixel camera. With its PureView imaging technology, Nokia aims to raise the bar in smartphone photography far beyond what is currently considered a good camera phone.
In the wake of recent success, Pinterest is revamping the design of its users' profile pages. The new profile page is a dramatic change from previous iterations.
Path, one of the fastest growing social media platforms, snagged another major boost in credibility this week: Britney Spears has joined the network. The world-famous pop star tweeted out to her fans about her new Path account on Monday.
LobbyFriend re-creates the hotel/travel experience with its temporary social network.
Instagram – Apple’s App of Year 2011 – has hit 27 million registered users bar, despite being available only on iOS platform. However, Intagram is hitting Google Play Store (formally known as Android Market) very soon. What makes Instagram so popular?
Emboldened by their victory in quashing online piracy legislation, U.S. Internet companies are gearing up for a battle over whether consumers should be able to restrict efforts to gather personal data.
Japan's Konami Corp (9766.T) and two other game makers have joined Zynga's new gaming network, potentially drawing players to the fledgling service that Zynga hopes will reduce its dependence on Facebook.
Technology security professionals seeking wisdom from industry leaders in San Francisco this week saw more of the dark side than they had expected: a procession of CEO speakers whose companies have been hacked.
Nokia Lumia 900 vs. Nokia 808 PureView: Performance or Great Camera - What Do You Want in Your Smartphone?
Nokia 808 PureView with its 41 MP camera is great competition for Lumia 900, another great Nokia smartphone. Check out the features of both Nokia phones and see how they stack up against each other.
Pop sensation Justin Bieber turned 18 years old on Thursday, March 1, and received thousands if not millions of congratulatory messages in the form of tweets, driving the hashtag #HappyBirthdayKidrauhl to the coveted spot of top trending subject worldwide on Twitter. But who is KidRuahl and why have 'Beliebers' across the world chosen to celebrate their hero's birthday with this bizarre message? The answer can be traced back to a trilogy of novels written by Terry Goodkind called Th...
Mercedes Benz unveiled plans on Monday to use Siri, Apple's virtual personal assistant exclusive to the iPhone 4S, to power its electronics system called Drive Kit Plus, which will essentially let drivers access their iPhone apps while driving using voice commands.
Facebook is accused of accessing text messages of its users but the company has denied the charge by stating that it does not read the content and that the report is misleading.
Business networking site LinkedIn has acquired Rapportive, a Gmail add-on that provides information about your social contacts as you e-mail them. The deal was reportedly already in place by Dec. 8, but Rapportive confirmed the acquisition on Wednesday on its company blog.
When Will Temple Run be on Android: Release Date Unclear, Game Developer Imangi Says Wait for Online Announcement on Facebook
Android users are flat-out demanding the release of popular smart phone game Temple Run on the Android market, taking to online forums and social networks to pressure Imangi Studios into releasing the game. Imangi responded to their frenzied fans on Twitter with the unfortunate news that there was no scheduled release date as of yet, and that until one was posted on the company's Facebook page all other rumors should be ignored.
Research In Motion Ltd has launched the much-awaited and the most-expected software upgrade of BlackBerry PlayBook Tuesday. The launch of PlayBook 2.0 OS will be able to silence its critics, believes the company.