With 1.35 billion active monthly users, Facebook continues to be the world’s largest social network by some margin, but when it comes to picking up new users, it appears to have reached a saturation point.
The new news feed will take effect this January, and won't reduce the number of paid ads that users see. "The idea is to increase the relevance and quality of the overall stories — including Page posts
When it comes to business travel, being an expert flyer doesn't require paying up for business class airfare. All it takes to fly like a pro is knowing what to pack, how to pack it, and where to spend
Just six months after Delta fumbled changes to its SkyMiles program by devaluing its points overnight without any prior notice, the company is trying a different approach. This time around, the program
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The mysterious developer of the world’s most popular free app, who drew global attention this past weekend with his sudden decision to remove it, tells Forbes that Flappy Bird is dead. Permanently. “Flappy
Twitter users will be seeing a new look on their desktops and laptops soon, one that will look familiar if they also use the app on their smartphones. In a post Monday afternoon, Twitter announced "a twitter.com
It’s been a year of experimentation from Twitter, and the latest feature that the company is piloting is the option to favorite other users’ accounts. Favoriting has taken on a new meaning in recent times.
As the Obama camp celebrated its victory over Mitt Romney last November, the campaign’s digital side received an outsized share of praise. To some, the 2012 election was the birth of a new form of campaigning,
Here's something you probably didn't read this year. Buried deep in a 179-page SEC filing by a company you probably haven't heard of is a paragraph about a Gmail change that most people may not have noticed.
Rap Genius is having a rough Christmas. After controversy surrounding their search-engine optimization techniques, changes within Google have sent the search results plummeting for the much-feted lyrics-annotation
“Avoid saying anything negative about YouTube – leave the impression of the user experience up to them” Facebook tells its adtech partners in a leaked, confidential deck that teaches them to sell Facebook’s
SAN FRANCISCO -- With investors hoping Facebook and Twitter can ramp up their advertising revenue, the companies' stocks surged Monday to record highs. Facebook gained nearly 5% to $57.77, while Twitter
Now that the ink is drying on Apple's deal with China Mobile, supply chain rumors are emerging about Apple’s next significant product releases. Digitimes reports that according to “sources from the upstream