MySpace was acquired by Time, Inc, because content farms and social networks aren’t that different at this point. They are both pages of content, usually produced by humans, used to sell advertisements against.
Jack Dorsey’s social network could use some good news right about now.
'Stolen!' has players hooked before it's even out of beta.
Researchers propose an alternative to the "all or nothing" approach to privacy.
There's an app for that, and it's always Facebook Messenger.
Google surprised the web by effectively re-launching Google+ with a greater emphasis on group discussion.
Facebook says it’s still in “the very early stages of testing.”
The social media site is replacing the "Other" folder with "message requests."
Radio Motherboard talks about how social networks use your phone to get information about you, watching the debate in virtual reality, and Uber's latest security screwup.
The days of liking tragedy and mayhem are over.