Starting September 13th, students in the United States ages 14 and up will be able to sign up for LinkedIn, create a profile, and start connecting with “University Pages.”
Those seemingly ‘free’ services, like email and social networking, are funded (and then some) by information like your birthdate, location, what you search for and buy, and insights to your online behavior.
ViralHeat lets you easily check – and publish to – Facbeook, Twitter and LinkedIn streams as you go about your business.
The career opportunity networking site “Linked In” has revamped its “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” feature, giving users a snapshot of who, what, and how they are being viewed.
The HootSuite app lets you manage your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and FourSquare accounts all in one place.
Yesterday’s LinkedIn hack left millions of user passwords for the business social networking site in the wrong hands. Experts recommend members change their passwords — but to what, exactly?
Hackers targeting the relationship-building web site LinkedIn have put millions of accounts at risk.
College baseball coaches have looked nearly everywhere for players. Now, they can try somewhere else — cyberspace.
A new flight reservation program through KLM airlines allows passengers to see the Facebook and LinkedIn profiles of those on their flights — and put in requests to sit next to a stranger.
“Facebook,” the social networking web site, may be filing its long-awaited initial public offering (“IPO”) later this week. But it will probably be months before the company will be offering any stock.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center is hosting the second “Social Media Plus” business summit.