Twitter users were unable to access the micro-blogging service for about an hour on Thursday. Twitter said on its status blog that its engineers were investigating the issue.
When I started in TV in 1978, the preferred method of viewers contacting TV stations with comments was either the telephone or a letter. Today, that has changed.
As Father’s Day nears, First Lady Michelle Obama has joined the social media website Pinterest with pictures remembering her father and highlighting President Obama with his kids.
Will social networking giant Facebook suffer the same fate as MySpace in a few years? One analyst gives the company five to eight more years before they just disappear.
Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly considering a plan that would allow children under 13 years of age to have their own online Facebook profile pages. What do you think?
The hype surrounding Facebook continued on the second day of trading. After closing only $0.23 above the IPO price on its debut, the stock dropped 11 percent on day two, down $4.20 cents.
Facebook’s highly-anticipated IPO turned out to be a little disappointing for investors. Financial expert Jim Lacamp looks at what to expect next from the company.
Half of Americans think Facebook is a passing fad, according to the results of a new poll, taken just before the social networking site’s initial public offering of stock.
Almost 74 percent of smartphone users enable location-based services to get real-time information, with 18 percent using the technology to share their location with friends.
Omar Jahwar has been close pals with Deion Sanders for more than a decade, and has also helped Pilar Sanders with her nonprofit. He wanted to tell the truth about the couple’s ugly divorce.
Facebook updated totals on Tuesday, reporting 901 million monthly active users, 300 million photos uploaded per day and 125 billion friendships.
Getting news from a trial once took days, moving at the speed of an express pony. The phone and TV cut that time dramatically. Now comes Twitter.