More than 750 million new Facebook friendships are formed each day globally.
An overwhelming 94% of users in Africa access Facebook via mobile phone.
Facebook throws down the gauntlet to Snapchat.
Facebook commissioned The Economist Intelligence Unit to compile a comprehensive index of internet inclusion for 75 countries.
Facebook thinks folks want to hear sound from videos as they scroll through their timeline. We think Facebook is wrong.
Twitter is working on a way to stop you from seeing abuse on your timeline.
Ashley Madison executives speak for the first time since the infamous hack and reveal an investigation is being conducted into the site’s holding company.
ISP inundated with complaints about website, but turns out Nitro and Thor were safe after all.
CoJ believes every image that is posted onto the microblogging site was fair game, as it belongs to Twitter. It doesn’t.
If you haven’t received a mail from Twitter prompting you to change your password, you are probably in the clear.
It’s time to change your Twitter password, just in case.
After Twitter released its Q4 2015 earnings report it began rolling out a new type of algorithmic timeline.
When is an image not an image? When it’s in a Slideshow, apparently.
IOL News followed a number of other sites by closing its comments sections this week. Was that a mistake?
Sometimes, ‘Unlike’ just doesn’t say enough…
Here’s a great example of multiple-choice storytelling via Twitter done right.
Ericsson says that Sub-Saharan Africa’s mobile traffic will hit 800 petabytes a month by 2019.
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