This new social health network allows patients and doctors to interact in a more meaningful and productive way.
A tourism agency has come up with a novel social experiment to generate interest in Sweden. Convince the government to turn over the official @Sweden Twitter account to the citizens.
Less than one month since Google opened its Google+ social network to the masses, the Facebook challenger is already seeing traffic plummet by as much as 60 percent, according to data collected by Chitika Insights.
If somebody is having a "case of the Mondays" these days it's pretty certain you'll know about it in 140 characters or less. While this may seem like a no-brainer, scientists set out to quantify what we have all intuitively guessed — Twitter shows recognizable patterns on how we feel throughout the day.
Users testing out Facebook's new "Timeline" profile might have noticed that they could see who "unfriended" them in an ordered manner. Facebook's since patched the so-called "bug," but not before everybody swarmed on to see who unfriended them.
There's a new caveat to new members looking to sign up for Spotify's music streaming service: a Facebook account is required. Talk about chaining a huge ball to your leg.
Itching to try Google's Facebook killer, Google+, but couldn't get an invite? After being locked down for 90 days of public beta testing, it's now available for everybody along with 91 new features. Just don't forget to use your real name!
Why, oh, why won't MySpace just die already? Does anybody even care about it anymore? After being offloaded earlier this year by News Corp. to Specific Media, the social network where everybody's first friend was Tom Anderson is getting reboot a — again.
Tech-savvy President Obama's just checked into Foursquare, the location-based social network that shows where a person's been at. Hope he didn't feel too old to earn his "Newbie Badge."
Everybody's yapping about Google+ this and Google+ that; how it'll be a Facebook killer, how it's growing faster than Twitter — blah blah blah. Yet, once people are invited, they're all like "Now what? So, what can I do on it?" This funny video explains why people are loving Google+.