Twitter hit a major milestone Thursday. The microblogging site has 100 million active users worldwide, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced yesterday in a press conference.
Phenomenal growth of social media has proved to be a boon for many. On the other end of the spectrum, it has had its share of controversies, as detractors harp about the flip side of this form of media.
Google+, the new social network from Google, has been live for almost one month now. The beta site has gathered about 25 million visitors from around the globe in less than a month of its operation, according to statistics released on Tuesday by comScore.
Google’s latest social network Google+, launched nearly a month ago, has started strong and is presumed to be the fastest growing network.
Google+, the new social network from Google, has been live for more than three weeks now. In less than a month of its operation the beta site has gathered more than 10 million users. But, seemingly, Google Plus (+) is not appealing to LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, who thinks nobody has free time for this new social networking web site.
Twitter has gained a new dimension. The popular micro-blogging site may actually prove useful in tracking nation-wide health trends and misconceptions, claims a new study.
Google’s new social network Google+ is still in beta testing and is ‘Invite only’ for now, but it has already become a hot topic on the web, with several bloggers and tech sites stating that it may even be better than Twitter and Facebook.
High-profile cyber attacks continue, and FOX News becomes the latest victim in global wave of hacking attacks. Online hackers apparently have broke into the FoxNews.com's Twitter account and posted a series of posts claiming that President Barack Obama had been assassinated.
While LulzSec has apparently called it a day and quit last week, the hacking operations by the rapidly evolving AntiSec hackers continue.
Number of tweets sent by Twitter users per day has increased from 65 million in 2010 to 200 million in 2011, claims Twitter in its official blog post.