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The stunning leak of intimate celebrity photos may reach far wider than was previously known, involving the breach of almost 600 online accounts.
Twitter is awesome but it's broken, says Stephen Bradley. Here's the biggest problem it needs to fix.
Interim CEO Peter Tonstad left the company after serving in the position for three about months.
Despite the launch of Apple Music, Pandora's CFO said the company will grow given its position as market leader.
Emojis are changing social media in a big way. Here's a look at which ones are the most-used on Instagram.
Twitter may be able to help control disease outbreaks even in developing countries in Africa, a study suggests.
Only one other place has delayed payment to the IMF in the same manner as Athens – and overnight its name is trending in Greece.
Pinterest, valued at $11 billion, is letting consumers buy products on the site. It's still not clear where Pinterest will make money.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why Twitter could rally as much as 37% in the next six months.
The Supreme Court ruled that threats made over the Internet are protected unless they are intentionally malevolent, USAT reports.
Drag queens, Native Americans, and others plan to protest at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., over its "real name" policy.
CNBC takes an inside look at the new office Facebook needed after growing its ranks 48 percent to top the 10,000 employee mark.
The sports media world weighs in on the growing controversy surrounding sports streaming on apps like Meerkat and Periscope.
Do you really know what you have signed up for to use that app?
Does getting a blue checkmark on Twitter help users? Probably not with followers, but it does have marketing perks.
President Barack Obama made his first post from a new personal Twitter account Monday morning.
Three years after its initial public offering, Facebook shares are up more than 100 percent, re/code reports.
Leaders of two out of three of the so-called BRICS may have set the record for the world's most powerful selfie.
Facebook unveiled new standards for contracted workers at its vendors including a $15 minimum wage and paid time off.
Twitter's CFO Anthony Noto stepped up and bought shares of the social network in the middle of it's recent landslide. Will he be right?
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