Here is how the excessive use of social media takes a toll on our lives and health.
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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest are all embracing native ads.
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By Schalk Viljoen, Senior Director of Business Development, SAP Cloud for Social Media The recent news of the man who bought promoted tweets to complain about an airline is a sharp reminder that soci
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Running a recruiting firm, I thought that LinkedIn would dominate our industry and put staffing agencies like ours out of commission. They were supposed to change the entire HR platform and become th
A new algorithm from University of Toronto researchers can predict the identity of untagged photo subjects by analyzing the relationships of the other people (or things) in the photo.
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Soon tweets, public Facebook posts and YouTube videos could be subject to scrutiny round-the-clock by the federal government. A federal tender specifies the government is looking for continuous media
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