The report has done little to clear the controversy surrounding the NSA, and may have made the issue more opaque.
watchESPN servers crashed under an ‘unprecedented demand’ during the USA-Germany match, while Twitter anticipated traffic spikes and stood victorious.
Facebook updates capture only a small fraction of a person’s life and in no way represent a comprehensive, or truthful, picture.
More than half of eCommerce consumers scan personalized recommendations and 77 percent report making additional purchases based on those suggestions.
Facebook is trying a new “missed call” ad format in India. Twitter hires former Goldman Sachs executive as CFO. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks have made information security a very important issue for both businesses and consumers.
An analysis of more than one billion social mentions provides insights on when, where and how to engage with consumers on social media.
Viral stories serve as proof that social media doesn’t really understand nuance: things are either black or white, there’s no room for grey area.
Incorrectly implemented sites resulted in a drop in smartphone rank by almost two positions.
There may still be times when advanced technology begs us to consider the myth of progress.