06/13/2013, Twitter has opened up Twitter Analytics platform to the public. Average users will now be able to see how their tweets are performing on the micro-blogging service.
06/12/2013, Facebook announced today that it is enabling hashtags for users and Pages across the social network. Hashtags on Facebook will now be clickable and will display what other users and Pages are discussing about it.
06/06/2013, Twitter for Windows Phone 8 updated.
06/03/2013, The recent Twitter outage was a short enough one, but it was still enough to disrupt the lives of some.
06/03/2013, Here is a novel marketing push - letting you tweet a billboard.
06/02/2013, LinkedIn now offers users the option to turn on two step verification for their accounts. This will greatly improve account security.
06/02/2013, Twitter has introduced a couple of subtle changes which makes it easier for users to update their profiles. The changes include inline profile editing and drag and drop support for header and profile pictures.
05/30/2013, The Wall Street Journal will apparently be launching a social network of its own that could compete with LinkedIn, but the question is do we really need another one?
05/29/2013, Twitter has released updated versions of its iOS and Android apps. The new apps make tweeting much easier and seamless than before.
05/24/2013, UCLA Health Systems decided to broadcast a brain surgery live on Twitter, Vine and Instagram.
05/22/2013, Twitter for Mac update has been release today.This update finally bring integration of this app with OS X Notification Center.
05/22/2013, Twitter account two step verification has finally gone live. The microblogging network is called it "login verification."
05/21/2013, What is it about Twitter that you love (assuming you do make use of Twitter’s service in your everyday life, of course)? Well, some folks would list down real time search as the biggest boon that Twitter has brought to your life, which is rather...
05/05/2013, Recently a number of high profile Twitter accounts have been hacked. These accounts include several CBS ones, including that of 60 Minutes, nearly a dozen of The Guardian as well as the official Associated Press account. Just last week Twitter sent a memo...