"SOCIAL NETWORKING" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 104 items for the tag: SOCIAL NETWORKING
Facebook will eventually read your mind
Facebook is working on a project that would read your mind, let you talk to your friends with telepathy.
Facebook buys offline data on its users from 6 partners
Facebook better understands its users by purchasing offline financial information on them.
UK debuts its 'UK Against ISIL' social media account
UK launches the 'UK Against ISIL' Twitter account.
Hillary Clinton would like the Islamic State bounced off social media
Hillary Clinton would like the Islamic State to lose its social media presence.
Could social media eventually turn on the Islamic State?
Could the Islamic State's social media campaign eventually backfire?
MMA fighter Paul Daley enjoys using social media to interact with fans
Using social media allows MMA fighter Paul Daley the unique opportunity to interact directly with fans.
Teenagers on social networking sites too much could cause problems
Teenagers spending too much time on social networking sites could be at risk of mental health problems?
Islamic State being scammed via social media, giving away money
Scamming the Islamic State via social media.
US government worried as more Americans wooed by Islamic State online
Arrests of Americans trying to join Islamic State soar, US government says.
Anger the Internet by killing Cecil the Lion? Suffer the backlash!
Internet justice moves swiftly!
US official: Time to battle Islamic State's social media abilities
Time to take the fight to Islamic State's social networking ability?
Anonymous hacker group takes aim at Islamic State sympathizers
Look out Islamic State sympathizers, Anonymous is coming after you!
The digital war against the Islamic State is a struggle for the US
The digital war against the Islamic State is a struggle for the United States.
PewDiePie publicly responds, following shock regarding his salary
PewDiePie on the defensive!
Around 100,000 Tweets from Islamic State-linked accounts per day
Thousands of Tweets from Islamic State-linked accounts per day.
Google wants to fight 'inhuman' Islamic State social media videos
Google wants to be more proactive in fighting Islamic State propaganda.
Europol trying to combat Islamic State social media recruiting efforts
Trying to fight the Islamic State online remains a difficult, confusing challenge.
Memo: Concern US cannot counter Islamic State's social media efforts
Can the United States trump the Islamic State on social media?
US struggling to counter Islamic State's clever social media strategy
The Islamic State and Western world engage in online propaganda war.
Facebook Messenger app has whopping 600M monthly active users
CNBC has learned the Facebook Messenger app has a massive 600 million monthly active users.
ISIS hackers post US personnel information online, raising concerns
ISIS hacker division calls out US military personnel.
Social media being used to help identify Islamic extremism
An Islamic cleric, whose probation ends in one month allowing him greater access online, has provided a digital look at Islamic extremism online.
Facebook wants to integrate virtual reality into your news feed
Ready for some virtual reality in your Facebook news feed? Company is working on several solutions to bring VR to the mainstream.
The 'CyberCaliphate' hacks Newsweek, other Twitter feeds
The CyberCaliphate claims more victims, hijacking Newsweek and the International Business Times.
Facebook, Twitter enjoyed a busy experience during Super Bowl
Social media racked up major success during the Super Bowl!
Facebook takes blame for outage, but Lizard Squad tried to take credit
Facebook admitted it made a mistake, but that didn't stop the Lizard Squad from trying to take credit.
DoJ applauds Facebook for rolling out Amber Alerts to news feeds
No. 1 social networking website Facebook is now introducing Amber Alerts to user news feeds.
Facebook reportedly approached to invest in Xiaomi smartphone maker
Facebook and Xiaomi reportedly met to discuss potential investment opportunities, but a deal was never finalized.
Islamic State reportedly hacks US Central Command Twitter, YouTube
The Islamic State hacked the US Central Command Twitter and YouTube pages, reportedly posting threatening messages before the accounts were suspended.
Terrorist group leader reportedly using LinkedIn to network
An Islamic extremist group commander reportedly was found using LinkedIn to try to create new network connections, interact with others.
Foreign ISIS fighter accidentally reveals his location on Twitter
Oops! New Zealand ISIS fighter accidentally reveals location on battlefield in Syria.
Report: 90% of world's democracies have leaders embracing Twitter
Government leaders rely on Twitter to help spread messages to supporters, and political opponents
ISIS tries wooing protesters, evolving its social media campaigns
ISIS continues its evolving social media recruitment campaign, even trying to appeal to angry protesters in Ferguson, across the US
Facebook again dropping in popularity among teenagers, study indicates
Facebook is by far the No. 1 social networking website, but is losing steam among teenagers.
Study indicates addictive social media use linked to substance abuse
University of Albany say addictive social media use at greater risk of substance abuse problems.
Facebook drops Microsoft's Bing search, will unveil its own tool
Facebook has quietly abandoned Microsoft's Bing, and will unveil its own search tool very soon.
Instagram tops 300 million users, pulling ahead of Twitter
Instagram now has more users than Twitter, with more than 300 million users.
Facebook now sets all new post to "Friends Only" by default
Facebook has just begun making your new status updates more private and setting them viewable only to friends by default.
Google rumored to minus Google+ from its lineup
Social networking wars could heat up if the rumors of Google to soon kill Google+ are true.
Twopcharts says 44% of all Twitter accounts were never used
A third-party metrics firm says that nearly half of all Twitter accounts have never been used, Twitter has no comments on the claim.
Facebook finally decides to begin curtailing "Like Baiting" posts
Facebook starts an initiative to begin ridding the social network of those annoying "Like Baiting" post that have plagued our walls for years.
Facebook updates its mobile app, adds a bunch of new features
Facebook's latest mobile app includes restaurant reservations, TV/movie listings and hashtags.
Newlyweds to begin 'Life on Bitcoin' documentary, will live on the digital currency exclusively for three months in the US
For three months, a newlywed couple will live exclusively on Bitcoin.
Facebook could soon roll out video-based ad service, could charge advertisers $1 million per day
Facebook could make $4 million per day with their upcoming video advertisements.
Foursquare talks about up dated privacy policies for 2013
Foursquare thanks everyone for their great 2012, talks of changed privacy policies for the new year.
Facebook passes 1 billion monthly active users, has had more than 1.1 trillion likes since February 2009
Facebook now has more than 1 billion monthly active users, over 1.1 trillion 'likes'
Mark Zuckerberg to announce 'historic milestone' for Facebook tomorrow - one billion active users?
Mark Zuckerberg's first post-IPO television appearance will be on the Today show, tomorrow - he will.
Facebook introduces Facebook Gifts, lets you send real-life gifts to friends, family
Facebook Gifts lets you send real-life gifts to friends, family - could this be Facebook's new reven.