If you don’t want to upset your grandma, you should probably put away your smartphone at Thanksgiving dinner.
Klout analysed social data from the National Retail Federation Top 100 to bring us the Klout 50: Retail Edition.
A survey of ANA members shows that LinkedIn is the most used social network, but Facebook remains a favorite.
In cyberwar, it’s hard to protect against collateral damage. But if the goal isn’t protecting citizens — who are also Internet users — then what is it?
The New York Times’ Thanksgiving recipes for each state got some people riled up. Especially Minnesotans, who swear they don’t eat grape salad.
Twitter is trying Twitter Offers cashback rewards and in-tweet analytics. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Pinterest is becoming a powerhouse for online shopping and could drive lots of conversions during the holiday shopping season.
Hiero is a new app that lets you add GIFs to photos and text messages. If you find emojis lacking, this could be it.
A Kaplan Test Prep study shows that college admissions officers are looking for “dirt” on applicants via social media channels but are hitting road blocks.
While free Wi-Fi sounds like a great idea, even secured public networks can make for easy access to all types of private data.