Now in its sixth year, The Roots Picnic is a one-of-a-kind, genre-bending festival that showcases the latest and greatest artists of today’s music scene.
The microblogging site Twitter has announced that any user in the United States can now access its advertising tools, such as promoted accounts and tweets.
After several high-profile hacks, tech blogs are reporting that Twitter is testing new security measures.
You can’t get Facebook Home on your iPhone. But you will be able to get one of the most buzzed-about features from Facebook’s new mobile software.
After weeks of rumors, Twitter quietly started a limited rollout of a new music feature that is expected to use the listening habits of users’ friends and contacts to recommend music.
A new 3D light and sound show, art parks, and various activities are highlighted in the new Atlantic City Alliance post hurricane Sandy advertising campaign.
Facebook, wanting to run your smartphone’s desktop, showed off its new software that it says puts people first instead of apps.
The Philadelphia Children’s Alliance is launching a month-long social media campaign during Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month in April.
The social network has revamped its newsfeed to give its users what Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg calls “the best personalized newspaper.”
Pope Benedict XVI has sent what could possibly be the last tweet of his papacy.
President Obama will participate in a Google Plus Hangout on Thursday to answer questions about his State of the Union address.
His resignation shocked the world, but Pope Benedict has still not made an official resignation Tweet.
Have you ever taken “a break” from Facebook? If so, you are not alone, and in the majority according to a new survey.
You can now browse your Instagram feed on the web just like you do on your mobile device.
Snapchat says it allows you to send any kind of photo to your friends, for a time frame of your choosing. But do the photos really disappear?