Tonight, #TwitterRevolution airs on CNBC at 9p ET, but the social media chatter is already building. What are people saying? Check out our Rebelmouse page for all the tweets and Instagrams.
Twitter provides a way for celebrities to connect, but this also means that the whole world is able to watch when drama unfolds. See some of these epic Twitter feuds.
While fans may use Twitter to express their love or disdain for players, the NBA has a much higher purpose for its engagement.
When teenagers are saying Facebook "confuses and scares" them—there may be a problem. Though Facebook is still quite popular, enthusiasm for it seems to be waning.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla gathered a group of Torrington High School students to talk about the rape case that shocked the town.
In social media it's survival of the fittest. See Dick Costolo, Twitter's CEO, work out with Carl at the company gym, which he frequents often.
William Shatner has had a prolific career in Hollywood, but Captain Kirk's Twitter presence is changing the way he connects with his fans.
Miami Heat Forward Chris Bosh, who has over a million followers, says that he doesn't let Twitter, or his haters, get to him, especially in the middle of the NBA finals.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo reacts to those who say Twitter is the beginning of the end of the civilized world.
Bahraini protester Maryam Al-Khawaja explains how she discovered the power of Twitter and what it means in the Middle East.
Thursday Nov. 7, at 8p ET | 5p PT