It may have its clones, but Snapchat remains invincible
realfriends, a New Social App Redefining Communications Between Friends by Limiting Friends List to a Maximum of 25
Your Facebook photos could be betraying important biometric data
Cisco gives Skype for Business a seat at the conference table
Cisco is on a mission to make collaboration simple, magical and open.
Uber To Invest $500 Million in Its Own Global Maps
Rather than having to rely on -- and pay for -- Google Maps to help its drivers navigate city streets, Uber is deploying its own mapping cars across the U.S. as well as Mexico.
Microsoft Transitions Skype from Peer-to-Peer to its Azure Cloud
By transitioning Skype from a peer-to-peer architecture to a cloud based one, Microsoft aims to enable the messaging and file-sharing service to better keep up with changing technologies and user habits.
Twitter, Facebook move quickly to stem celebrations of Nice attack
The Body Shop Trials Gorilla Marketing with Monkey Tinder Takeover
Avature partners with LinkedIn to Enhance the Recruiting Experience for Candidates, Recruiters & Hiring Managers
Dropbox adds document scanning, Creation Tools in Corporate Push
Dropbox Inc. unveiled tools for scanning documents using a smartphone camera and for creating new Microsoft Office documents with the click of a button, as the file-storage company pushes into new parts of the corporate cloud-services market.
Keeping your Twitter account safe
Over the past days and weeks we’ve responded to several issues, including reports of leaked Twitter @names and passwords as well as potential collateral damage from the numerous breaches of other websites.
Mark Zuckerberg social media accounts hacked
Tumblr Hack: 65m Passwords And Emails For Sale
Skype Previews Business Developer Kit
To help Skype continue making inroads into the enterprise, Microsoft has launched Skype for Business SDK (software developer kit).
Let Forget Instagram for a Moment
Snapchat update lets you add colorful stickers to your snaps
Twitter May Remove Links and Photos from 140-Character Limit
Since shortly after Twitter launched in 2006, users of the microblogging site have generally been limited to tweets of no more than 140 characters each.
GCHQ Launches Own Official Twitter Account
Facebook developing camera app similar to Snapchat: WSJ