LinkedIn wanted to kill the CV.
During World War II, the phrase “loose lips sink ships” was promoted to warn people about what they said in public, in case a spy may be listening in.
Whether you like it or not, social media is a part of the way we live now.
It’s been rumoured for a while that Facebook was going to be taking on the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime with original shows and it has finally come to fruition.
On Twitter, Brexit is one of the most popular hashtags used in relation to the UK’s upcoming General Election, more so than even the NHS, according to a report published today by the think tank, the UK in a Changing Europe.
People applying for a US visa will will have to go through a far more thorough vetting process, under plans announced by the Trump administration on Thursday.
The European Commission has fined Facebook €110m ($122m) for providing incorrect or misleading information during its acquisition of messaging app WhatsApp back in 2014.
Snap Inc, the parent company of the messaging app Snapchat, was the biggest tech stock market listing since 2014 when it floated on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this year.
Soap retailer Lush has been accused of fat-shaming after featuring statistics from new health documentary What the Health on its Instagram page.
Turkish authorities blocked access Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, over the weekend.
Twitter, the micro-blogging service with about 319m active monthly users, is considering whether to introduce a subscription option for a monthly fee of $19.99.
Twitter, the online news and social networking service based in San Francisco, suspended 376,890 accounts for promoting terrorism in the second half of last year.
Millennials, a generation that now outnumbers the baby boomers, could be the key to alleviating burdens on our health care system and improving the health of future populations.