Snapchat is planning to launch a service that would provide news content and paid advertising this fall.
Services like ChangeTip, Subbable and Patreon demonstrate that consumers are willing to pay digital creators for their craft.
For businesses and large organizations, a data security breach can result in major costs both for the organization and its customers.
The new app uses nine metrics to identify troll accounts and provides users with a blacklist of regular offenders.
To counter the tidal wave of self-portraits, this anti-selfie app, SLMMSK, is using facial recognition to wipe that grin off of your face.
The iPhone app Thunderstorm lets users create “tweetstorms” with an easy-to-use interface.
Twitter will remove images of deceased if family members make requests. Ninety-nine percent of organic social media posts lead to no engagement. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
LOL and LMAO are the top two acronyms used on Twitter.
This summer might mark a tipping point, where cord cutters opt for cable-free services.
Researchers at UC San Diego have found a way to extract electrical power from sweat.