• Social Media Sharing Interferes With Memory, Learning
    From cat videos to vacation photos, social media is all about sharing content - but that core functionality may be interfering with our ability to learn and remember new information.
  • Tinder Tests Social Feature
    Tinder is testing a new social feature, which will allow Tinder users to message each other in groups. Tinder Social, is being tested with a small group of users in Australia.
  • Pot Social Network Plans Stock Market Offering
    MassRoots, a Colorado-based social network for cannabis lovers, is planning to go public with a secondary stock offering on Nasdaq.
  • Uranium Needs A Social Media Campaign, Obviously
    The Minerals Council of Australia recently launched a "pro-uranium" initiative asking people to talk about how great uranium is using the hashtag #untappedpotential.
  • Social Media Can Predict Gentrification
    Location data from online social networks can help predict which neighborhoods are about to undergo gentrification.
  • The Queen Is Hiring A Social Media Manager
    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has decided the monarchy could use a little help on social media, it seems.
  • Social Media Causes More Fights Than Gangs (In One District)
    Personal conflict originating on social media causes more fights than gang violence in schools in Montgomery County, Maryland, according to a report by WTOP, a local news service.
  • Americans Get News From Social Media, But Don't Trust It
    Just over half of Americans (51%) say they get news from social media. Facebook is the most popular source, cited by 87% of social media news consumers.
  • RebelMouse Bows Rebel Discovery
    Publishing platform RebelMouse launched a full suite of tools for publishers and brands ranging across social media publishing, distribution, and promotion. The new product, called Rebel Discovery, works with any CMS and a variety of social networks, allowing publishers and brand marketers to target and expand their audiences through a combination of organic reach, partnerships, and and paid placements.
  • Social Media Stressing Teens, Parents Say
    Parents worry that social media is contributing to elevated levels of stress in their young teenage children, according to a new survey by WebMD.
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