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Microsoft's Bing team has tweaked the design of social results today, changing from the blue sidebar that was separate from the main search results pane that has existed since the feature launched.
Employment isn't always easy to find, but Facebook is trying to change that. The giant social network has partnered with numerous entities to bring the hunt to the News Feed.
In a blog post today, Instagram announced the creation of a website for the social network following requests for an online version of the social network in addition to the app versions.
How do you control your habits within the social networking universe? That's the sort of question Michael Dell has probably been asking his daughter following her postings on Twitter and Tumblr.
A US Marine Corps review board suggests the dishonorable discharge of a Marine who ridiculed President Obama on Facebook, and stated that he would refuse to follow his commander-in-chief's orders.
A Chicago first-grader has stirred the global online community into action over a case of schoolyard bullying. The story of young Katie Goldman first came to light with the publishing of a ChicagoNow story early last...
Twitter is known for it's ability to keep the world updated in real time about events around the globe, but only if you're following the right people, or connected to Twitter at the right time....
Life for robbers could be made a little bit easier thanks to Dutch website PleaseRobMe which reveals the location of empty homes, but would-be victims would only have themselves to blame, as the information used...
According to Nielsen Online, 60 percent of Twitter users stop using it within a month, meaning that just 40 percent (on average) return after a month of signing up to it. Despite a huge increase...