The recent Sony hack revealed Snapchat’s business plans, thanks to emails from Sony entertainment CEO Michael Lynton, who is also a board member of the app.
Noknok is a new messaging app that lets you see how your friends label you in their phones, send and edit photos, and chat anonymously.
Based on data from Information is Beautiful, Silk has created interactive graphs of gender breakdowns on social media.
Unsolved mysteries, civil unrest, the World Cup and celebrity losses — Google takes a look at what was important in 2014.
The past year was full of cybersecurity threats, big data leaks and rampant hacks against multinationals and Internet users alike.
Instagram adds five new filters. Twitter and Foursquare partner on geolocation. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Instagram has introduced the first new photo filters in two years: Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Perpetua and Aden.
The acquisition of Twitch and the GoodGame talent agency could make Amazon a powerful player in the e-sports industry.
Pinterest is rolling out a new feature that will finally let users move and delete multiple pins at once.
The 2014 Jingle Ball generated 21 percent more social buzz than last year. When it airs on the CW this week, the social chatter should be even louder.