Social Media

Where's Zuckerberg's fortune headed?

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Facebook CEO said this week he would give away 99 per cent of his wealth, valued at $US45 billion, but what it means remains unclear.

Facebook expands parental leave globally

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What’s good enough for Mark Zuckerberg is good enough for all Facebook employees.

Anonymous at war with IS

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Hacking collective says it has disrupted the Twitter accounts of more than 4,000 alleged Islamic State members and released those people’s personal details online.

Facebook says it will use ‘safety check’ more widely after Paris

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Deciding when to implement the feature could push the social network into sensitive territory.

Twitter favors Facebook’s ‘Likes’ over ‘Favorites’

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Twitter’s star, which designates a “favorite”, is going the way of the dodo bird.

LinkedIn results top forecasts

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LinkedIn reports wider loss in Q3, but beats projections for revenue, adjusted profit.

Facebook slows the internet for staffers

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“2G Tuesdays” lets staffers experience the social network as if on a 2G connection to simulate the experience of Facebook users in regions with sluggish networks.

Twitter delivers weak sales outlook

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Social media group reports robust 58% jump in Q3 revenue, but disappoints on guidance.

The joys of self-promotion

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When it comes to self-promotion, companies could learn a thing or two from the social media strategies of celebrities.

The future of the internet is flow

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Forget the clunky web. The future of the online world will be a river of information flowing through time.

Facebook takes 360-degree video out for a spin

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New feature will let viewers change their viewpoint within images.

Why the internet hasn't killed privacy

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While it’s true that we’re sharing more information online than ever before, this doesn’t mean that we no longer care about privacy.

Facebook sells video ads sure to be seen

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The world's biggest online social network to let advertisers buy ads that will be seen - from top to bottom - on a user's screen.

Tech community springs to defense of teen clock maker

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Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Texas boy who was handcuffed for bringing a clock he made to school, gets strong support from tech companies.

Facebook pioneer joins Whole New Home

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ASX-listed home renovation start-up recruits another heavyweight Facebook executive as it gears up for full scale commercialisation.

Facebook testing ‘dislike’ button

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It’s been something some users have been demanding for years and Mark Zuckerberg has now confirmed that the controversial feature is in testing.

Facebook Messenger beats YouTube in app popularity

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The unwanted messaging program Facebook foisted on users last summer is now the second most popular app in the US.

Instagram goes rectangular

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Instagram has a radical new look and it's no longer limiting photographers to its traditional square imag format.

Facebook M: The social network’s answer to Siri and Google Now

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Facebook releases M, a virtual assistant that will live in the company’s Messenger iOS and Android apps, and compete directly with Apple’s Siri, Google Now and Microsoft’s Cortana.

Twitter lifts 140-character limit for direct messages

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Move another admission from the social media company that it needs to make its service more useful and easier to navigate.

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