Instagram is facing competition from Snapchat, the new favorite among teens, according to a new survey from Piper Jaffray.
Among the new products and features unveiled at Facebook's F8 conference, the social network bowed new initiatives intended to make it even easier for publishers to distribute content on its platform.
Backplane, the niche social network launched by Lady Gaga in 2011, has ran out of cash and sold off its assets to investors who will try to revive the business.
U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer is proposing legislation that would establish a minimum reward of $25,000 for any social media tip that helps foil a terror attack.
Social media can take a lot of the tedious work out of applying for jobs, allowing jobseekers to apply for more positions with less effort.
Over half of people (well, British people) who use social media say they lie about themselves online, according to a new survey.
Shortly after announcing that it has signed a number of big digital publishers for its new publishing platform, Medium revealed that it is also integrating support for Facebook's Instant Articles and Google AMP.
While Apple was recently in the government's cross-hairs for refusing to help the FBI break into the San Bernardino terrorists' iPhone, other big tech companies are quietly pushing forward with their own high-tech privacy measures. On that note, Facebook may be laying the groundwork for a new encryption feature that will allow people to send secret messages to each other on its Messenger app, according to The Information.
While LinkedIn leads as a business-to-business platform in terms of penetration and scale, B2B social media engagement is actually highest on hip photo-sharing platform Instagram.
With a major sexual harassment case brewing and amidst longstanding complaints about the advertising industry's alleged sexism, a number of top execs met this week to tackle the issue on the #Diversity panel.
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