Addvocate and Column Five have partnered on this infographic that literally gets inside the politician's head. We don't really want to know, but here it is.
It may be decades before men and women walk on Mars, but America's space agency is giving the public a glimpse of the future through its innovative social media program, NASA Social.
Is it even possible to Vine or Instagram something like that? I have no idea. But expect plenty of pictures of the Navy’s recovery ship, the Hydro Impact Basin, and NASA Langley’s National Transonic Facility, all of which are part of the tour, as I cover the event live from Virginia. You can follow me on Twitter at @DevonGlenn or @SocialTimes and also keep an eye on @NASASocial, @NASA_Orion and the #NASASocial hashtag for updates from from the entire group.
For reviews of local businesses that just can't wait until the writer gets home, Yelp has updated its mobile app to let users post reviews straight from their phones. For obvious reasons, we're giving this update two thumbs up.
Topsy today announced the launch of social data APIs to bring insights from Twitter's Firehose to brands, agencies, publishers, and developers for use in their social dashboards and other applications.
Ever wonder how brands are able to follow visitors from their websites straight to the users' Facebook pages?
Social media research firm Fizziology turned to Twitter to see which party the public blames for all the drama. So far, Time Warner Cable has taken 66 percent -- the largest chunk --- of the blame.
NBC News has acquired the user-generated live video service Stringwire, the network announced today. The company's founder, Phil Groman, will join NBC News as product lead in NBC News Digital Group's San Francisco office.
Jamie McCelland, one of the creatives behind the video, joined HelloFlo CEO and founder Naama Bloom and MediaPost writer and critic Barbara Lippert in this Google+ hangout to explain how he and co-creator Pete Marquis tapped into the brains of pre-teenage girls to pull it off.
Now that more internet users are ditching their desktop computers for smartphones and tablets, website developers need to design their sites to work on multiple devices.