YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said the company is thinking about introducing subscriptions.
Reddit launches a crowdfunding platform. Dunkin’ Donuts is launching a croissant donut, and the conversation is swirling on social media. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Reddit has launched its own community-oriented crowdfunding platform, currently in open beta.
The goal of the Next Century Cities campaign is to help leaders provide reliable, high-speed Internet to their communities.
Facebook and Pinterest are the most popular destinations for social shoppers.
Most experts surveyed believe a cyberwar is inevitable and that our vital infrastructure is vulnerable. Others think the danger of cyber attack is over-exaggerated.
Facebook sees significant mobile, revenue growth. Tumblr launches auto-play video ads. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Tumblr is rolling out its first video ads, giving advertisers the option to automatically play them.
A recent Pew report found that readers don’t trust BuzzFeed — but really, the average consumer doesn’t have an opinion either way.
The rise and fall of the Anonabox Kickstarter helped create demand for anonymous routers, but can any of them deliver on the promise of anonymous browsing?
After a months-long trademark dispute, Twitter has decided to acquire and shut down the third-party service.