SocialTimes recently caught up with Yinon Weiss, co-founder of RallyPoint, a social network that connects current and former military and employers. It is similar in some ways to LinkedIn.
Instagram forewent the traditional press release for good old-fashioned public relations—via the postal service.
What started as a “gift to Reddit” has become a titan with more than one-million images uploaded per day and 100 million unique users per month.
Researchers at Trustwave Spiderlabs uncovered a widespread hack on social media accounts. The evidence points to the use of weak passwords.
A Band of Women, a private social network designed only for women, is gearing up to publish a second anthology of women writers and artists.
Is it really a good idea for parents to helicopter over their kids in a mixed public and private space that is social media?
TIME magazine has partnered with Twitter for a reader’s choice style voting for the 2013 Person Of The Year and using the #TIMEPOY hashtag.
In partnership with Mashable and 24 charitable organizations, Google is hosting a 12-hour live stream via Hangouts to connect people worthy causes.
Internet spam has been big business for a long time, and if Twitter hopes to beat the robo-spam, it has a lot of work to separating the genuine from the fake.
Ad revenue is still on the rise for Facebook to the tune of 66 percent year over year. But too many ads could be driving away younger users.