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Jim Cramer wasn't worried about Facebook's paring earlier gains on Thursday.
Greenfield discusses if he still stands by his call after Facebook crushes earnings.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a preview of Facebook's quarterly report and what the Street is expecting to see.
The CEO explained that while Twitter is "the place for news and social commentary," abuse isn't part of civil discourse.
Donald Trump will open himself up to Reddit users when he hosts an "Ask Me Anything" session this week.
Twitter Power 3.0 author Joel Comm says the Periscope acquisition combined with the sporting deals will ultimately turn Twitter into a broadcast network.
Twitter falls on a revenue miss. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the details, including what Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has to say.
Harris Media CEO Vincent Harris says Senator Rand Paul has a strong millennial following because of his relatable views on privacy and medical marijuana.
Evans deactivated her Twitter account, severing an eight-year relationship that had become a big part of her professional — and personal — life.
A billion people now use Facebook Messenger every month, the company announces.
The tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart has been banned for good for repeatedly abusing other users, Twitter confirmed Tuesday.
Snapchat users are now able to make custom emojis and send them in snaps after the ephemeral messaging app announced a partnership with Bitmoji.
Twitter has inked a deal with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to broadcast exclusive live programming via the social media site.
Twitter has made it easier for anyone to apply to get a verified user account - but it does not mean everyone would get a coveted blue tick mark.
Snapchat's Bitmoji integration is indicative of a bigger trend — the shift from social broadcasting to messaging.
"I don't see a chance that this is an independent company in 24 months," Ross Levinsohn said.
World Emoji Day celebrates the plethora of digital faces used by billions of smartphone and social media users around the globe daily.
Kim Kardashian hopped onto Snapchat to defend her husband Kanye's honor tonight, and saying Taylor Swift lied, the Verge reported.
In a bid to develop personalized content, Audible is trying to bring a Netflix sensibility to reading junkies.
Boris Johnson's appointment to the British foreign office understandably left many perplexed on Twitter.
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