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Facebook announced a new stand-alone mobile app that enables people to communicate anonymously—a change in the company's long-standing policy.
Twitter’s first mobile developer conference set to take place Wednesday in San Francisco, Re/code reports.
Twitter has launched an in-app audio streaming service, in the hope that users will spend more time on its application.
Twitter reports Q3 earnings after the bell on Monday and investors are looking for guidance that new products will lead the social network to a profit.
Having the free run of a bookstore might be the stuff of some people's dreams, but for one tourist in London it turned into something of a nightmare.
Pinterest is starting to turn the more than 30 billion pins on its more than 750 million boards into profits.
The habits of a teenager are fickle, but a new report shows that teenage usage of Facebook took a sharp drop over the last year.
The future of Ello is unknown but it's already making a mark on social media behemoth Facebook.
Facebook is working on a stand-alone app that lets users interact inside of it without having to use their real names, NYT.
A new social media site called The Netropolitan Club costs $9,000 to join. It promises to never sell members' data or post ads.
Twitter sued the U.S. government on Tuesday, seeking the ability to release a full report on government surveillance requests.
Clara Shih, Hearsay Social CEO, discusses the enterprise software company and future of social media, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin at Fortune's Most Powerful Women in Business Summit.
To get dangerous recalled cars fixed, General Motors has been forced to go beyond the usual ominous-sounding recall letters.
Facebook already knows who your friends are and the kind of things you like. Soon, it could also know the state of your health.
Facebook is set to launch a payments feature in its Messenger app which will allow friends to send money to each other.
What will social media look like in 2039? Experts say by then it will be integrated into wearables that will track our daily habits.
Lions Gate has devised an unusual franchise-rekindling effort — and it may hold clues about Facebook’s future in Hollywood. The NYT reports.
Reddit said it raised $50 million in a deal that would see investors giving back 10 percent of their shares back to the site's user community.
Social media among Hong Kong protesters pose a "nightmare scenario" for Chinese censors, experts say. NBC News reports.
In the future, bank giants may require an eye or finger to pay for shopping and social network profiles may determine credit access.
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Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.
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