- News tagged "social networking"
Thursday, 25 Feb 2016
Would you use an app that lets you call random strangers so that you can talk to them? If that sounds great, then you'll want to know about Wakie's new feature.
Although there is still no 'dislike' option, you can definitely show your anger.
Saturday, 10 Oct 2015
Instagram released a list of the top five most-followed accounts where female celebrities clearly dominate. Can you guess how many followers does the top Instagram account has? Read on to find out more!
Sunday, 31 May 2015
Facebook confirmed that its News Feed now supports animated GIFs. However, GIF support is not yet enabled for brand pages and on its mobile website. Read on to find out more.
Thursday, 21 May 2015
Photozou is the largest social networking photo site in Japan with 7 million registered users, 3.3 million PC users active monthly and 2.3 million smart phone users active monthly, and now it’s coming to you in English.
Monday, 18 May 2015
According to a recent study published by Microsoft, the abundance of technology in modern society has caused the average attention span to fall dramatically since the start of the century. It's not all bad though, there's some upside to spending all day online too. Find out what inside.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Twitter has implemented two new mobile features: you can now tag up to 10 friends in a photo without using any of the 140 characters in your Tweet, and share up to four photos in a single Tweet.
Friday, 27 Sep 2013
Twitter has launched Twitter Alerts, an alert system which provides useful and important messaging during times of crisis when other forms of communications are inaccessible.
Monday, 16 Sep 2013
LinqUs Facebook for SIM comes pre-installed on the SIM cards of mobile operators offering the service, and requires no data subscription or app download by the end user.
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2013
Box, Dropbox and Google Drive are the many cloud storage services that let users share files with their friends. But not everyone uses these services, so with that in mind Pipe is ready to launch a file transfer service built around a Facebook app. After all, we're sure most people do use Facebook, don't they?