Boston Bombings: How the Manhunt Unfolded on Twitter in Real Time 4 weeks ago
Twitter has been flooded with information about the manhunt for the suspected Boston marathon bombers the past 24 hours. Updates have...
By Rebecca Rosenberg
And good news for marketers from Ipsos MediaCT's Vincent Bruzzese: Those who take to Twitter primarily post to boost a movie they're excited about -- not to warn people about a turkey
LinkedIn now allows its users to follow "INfluencers," including Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
'Innocence of Muslims' represents the flip side of the sea change that social media has brought to modern culture and politics – the dark side of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter
The new email service will be web-based and integrates major social networks
Zuckerberg's wealth decreased as the price of Facebook stock hits an all-time low after a disappointing earnings report -- but he's still rich
Guest Blog: Moviegoers are going to tweet anyway -- why not make it official?
New York Times editors pin food, fashion and designs on the newspaper's new Pinterest site
"American Idol" started out the season with an advantage in the social-media universe -- but did it hold onto the lead?
ESPN discourages employees from tweeting about political issues, but some of its employees wore hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin anyways
CNN accounted for almost 13 percent of all social media mentions for the month, thanks to primaries and debates
A new Pew Study finds that liberals are more likely to use social media
After toppling governments in the Middle East, can social media stop a killer?
Don't bet on all of the apps, infographics and reports that claim to give you the inside track on the Oscars race
The NBA's social media efforts are paying TV ratings dividends -- and with the All-Star Game this weekend, expect LeBron James and Dwight Howard to set off a tweet-apalooza
Tech giant made billions in profits last year, but it didn't hit the street's expectations
The social media company will provide the politics hub with real-time data on voter sentiment
"Southland" star will announce nominations Dec. 14
Comedians immediately began quipping about the Libyan dictator after his death Thursday
The Huff Post Media Group also hired away Lisa Belkin from the New York Times
It is part of a plan geared towards turning the app into a more diverse media company
"Aim High" is an action comedy that will begin October 18
Experian Hitwise reports that the site’s social media market share increased 1,269 percent last week
Company says the PAC will give its employees “a way to make their voice heard by supporting candidates who share our goals of promoting the value of innovation to our economy"
"Showtime Social" supplements the act of watching a show by facilitating online interaction and offering multimedia content
The social networking site is expected to unveil a significant redesign
The ads will resemble "Promoted' tweets, accounts and trends
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga