How to Delete Your Facebook Account

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If you’re fed up with Facebook and the amount of drama and idiocy that shows up in your News Feed, here’s how to delete your Facebook account once and for all. Facebook used to be a magical place where college students were able to connect with each other in a way that was never thought […]

New Facebook App Arrives with Flipboard-Like News Feed Interface

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Facebook wants to offer a unique experience on mobile, and its traditional News Feed layout just isn’t meeting those standards, apparently. To fix that, the social network has launched Paper, a new Facebook app for iOS that turns your News Feed into a beautiful user interface full of swipe gestures and neat animations that take […]

Twitter Edit Function Reportedly In the Works

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Following in the footsteps of Facebook, it’s being reported that Twitter will soon add the ability for users to edit their tweets to some extent. According to The Desk, anonymous Twitter employees say that the edit feature has been a top priority at the company for several months. So what exactly would the edit function look […]

How to Enable Social Integration in iOS 7

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iOS 7 has been out for over a week now, and it’s the fastest-growing software update in history as far as the number of users is concerned; 200 million iOS users updated to iOS 7 in a weekend’s time, according to Apple. It’s easy to see why: tons of new features and completely new look […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook Joins Twitter, Apple Becoming More Social?

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The day of Apple’s iPhone 5s launch is a good day for the company, but CEO Tim Cook has decided to do something he’s never done before; and something that very few execs at Apple have done. Cook has joined Twitter and has already sent out his first tweet. So far, he already has over 38,000 […]

AT&T’s Social Experiment Targets Hip and Young With New Reality @SummerBreak Series

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AT&T is freshening up its image with a hip and young marketing campaign that centers around a new social experiment called @SummerBreak. Part reality series, part interactive social media, @SummerBreak could be described as a web-based reality show that follows a group of Southern California high school graduates as they spend their last summer together. “Beginning June […]

Instagram, Facebook Asks for Photo ID Verification of Accounts

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Some users have been reporting over the course of the past week that they have been locked out of social sharing sites Instagram and Facebook, both owned by Facebook, and that the only way to regain control of those accounts would be to upload a picture of a photo ID. However, it’s unclear what photo […]

BlackBerry 10 Contacts App to Aggregate Info From the Social Network

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It looks like Research in Motion will be taking a page out of Windows Phone’s and Android’s playbook as far as the Canadian smartphone manufacturer’s BlackBerry 10 contacts app goes. The new contacts app in BlackBerry 10–new devices based on this next-generation mobile platform based on the QNX core are expected to arrive sometime in […]

Who’d a Thunk It? Tweet Seats in Theatres Run Up Against Patent Troubles

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I’ve already gone on record stating I’m not in favor of a trend that some theatres and entertainment venues are trying to start. The idea I’m opposed to is to set aside seats for a performance where audience members can “tweet” or “Facebook” (is that a verb?) during the performance. The marriage of social technology […]

Microsoft Looking to Capitalize on Recent Android Malware Incident

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Jabbing its rival while its down, Microsoft is exploiting Google’s publicized malware problem with Android market to get people to switch to Windows Phone in the latest Droid Rage campaign. This is at least Microsoft’s second campaign on social site Twitter to attract users to the company’s Windows Phone platform, asking users to share their […]

Facebook Phone? Survey Says No.

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Asked whether people would want a phone made by Facebook, and an overwhelming number of the 1,500 respondents to All Things D’s survey said no. 81 percent of the publication’s readers didn’t want a phone from the social networking giant while only 8 percent wanted one. 12 percent said they’d consider a phone from Facebook. […]

Is This iOS 5′s Deep Twitter Integration?

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Deep Twitter integration has been rumored in the last few weeks leading up to WWDC, an event later today where Apple is slated to reveal new features of iOS 5 to developers in San Francisco, California. However, ahead of the 10 AM Pacific Time announcement, a new image surfaced on TechCrunch revealing Twitter alerts–mentions and […]

How You Can Keep Up with News Using Mobile Technology

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I have to be honest, despite a background in political science–which was the basis of my undergraduate studies–I am horrible at keeping up to date with breaking non-tech news; as a technology blogger, I already have a hard enough time as it is writing about and staying in the loop with gadget releases so even […]

Mobile Twitter App-Maker Planning on Launching Twitter Rival Service

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UberMedia, maker of mobile Twitter clients for various platforms, is looking to build its own social network that would directly compete with Twitter as a s microblogging platform. The report, which originated from CNN, cited three people who are familiar with the matter. The UberMedia platform would do away with some of the features–or what […]