Users have in the past questioned Twitter’s revenue strategies after the introduction of news feed ads and videos were accused of being very much like Facebook, with concerns that it could be turning into a Facebook clone, however it is suggested that new plans will put promoted tweets directly onto […]
Mobile service provider EE has recently been criticised for covering up customer complaints in order to maintain a good image by channelling complaints into private chats to prevent the issues from being visible to the public. Despite these allegations, EE has denied it all, claiming private chat windows are only […]
After the Twitter bullying of Zelda Williams following the death of her father Robin Williams, Twitter made a promise that they would inspect their policies and focus on improvements that could be made following the death of a family member. Less than a week later and the policy has gained […]
Details on a Wikipedia page regarding the passenger jet shot down last week has been discovered to have been tampered with by the Russian Government. A Tweetbot by the name of @RuGovEdits tweeted to users about this edit, highlighting the guilty activity they were trying to cover up. The Tweetbot […]
The technology news website CNET has been hacked this week by a Russian hacker group who attained the usernames, encrypted passwords and email addresses of over 1 million users. But was this a malicious hack or a constructive one?
Earlier this year, Facebook began rolling out video ads across user newsfeeds after statistics highlighted a 93% increase in video ads in 2013 from the previous year, achieving over £1billion worth of mobile ads in the UK alone. Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have been dipping a toe […]
Twitter was always that one social network you could trust to feed you with all your social needs without ads for mobile apps you never have or will have any interest in. All that is past tense now. Expect irritating adverts from now until forever of banners for those games […]
An apology has been sent out to BT users after problems developed last week preventing BT customers from connecting to social media, banking and shopping sites. It is unknown as to the number of customers affected, however the issues were reported across different parts of the UK including Cornwall, Eastbourne, […]
It was reported last night that Tweetdeck had been taken offline in order to address a security issue where an XSS security vulnerability was spotted, resulting in the compromise of many TweetDeck accounts that were logged in. Users were locked out of their accounts whilst the service as taken offline, […]
The US Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, released in a press conference on Friday that they now have their very first official Facebook & Twitter accounts. A YouTube and Flickr account has already been established but now, the serious social networks have been added to the CIA’s list.
There has always been multiple debates over Facebook and Twitter on deciding the better social media platform, however after much research, this infographic shows exactly what we found!
It’s been a hard weekend for AOL who are currently resolving a hacking crisis that occurred on Sunday. Whilst it is unclear as to how many users have been compromised at this point, it is believed that less than 1 percent of users have been affected however AOL aim to […]
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s vital for any organisation to feel as though they’re staying ahead of the competition, doing what they can to utilise the latest tools and techniques that are becoming available. For certain businesses, this is relatively easy. They look at what’s being talked about and utilised […]