Sixty percent of all social media time is spent on mobile devices.
Google earned 49.3 percent of overall mobile advertising revenues, which is much higher than time spent by consumers using Google’s mobile products. Facebook’s 17.5 percent of earned mobile advertising revenue, on the other hand, is proportional to its share of consumer time-spent
Born from the idea of a physical time capsule, Time Appsule lets you send notes, videos, voice recordings and other thoughtful gifts to your friends.
Imagine if your video brand content could stand on its own merits, and deliver the message it was supposed to.
Echoing popular sentiment of the day, Cloaq says it will lesson the burden of living out loud on social media and being judged by others.
Anonymous sharing apps like Whisper push back against hyper-focusing on the details of one’s offline life in order to craft positive, public impressions online.
Vine is testing editorially-curated video lists based on specific categories and has banned “explicit sexual content.”
Scientists are developing an online lie detector for Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to determine the veracity of online rumors.
A few days before Valentine’s Day, a new app caught the attention — and secrets — of Silicon Valley. Secret reflects a trend toward more intimate, personal forms of communication in much the same way as its predecessors.
Five Vine clips are shared every second on Twitter and branded Vines are four times more likely to be shared than branded online videos.