Bitly “Realtime” is a new social search engine that lets people analyze the popularity of links by filtering for geography, social network platforms and topics. Realtime can show how many […] Original post by Rob Jackson

YouTube’s new app for the iPhone and iPod Touch represents a significant step forward in YouTube’s efforts to go mobile. Released last week, the app is free and […] Original post by Rob Jackson

Twitter went into a frenzy during last night’s vice presidential debate, generating a total of 3.5 million tweets about the competitive, fast-paced gabfest while it was live. Vice President Joe […] Original post by Dave Young

Tumblr parody page Each presidential debate this fall has generated its own memes, hashtags and other social media artifacts, and this week’s debate at Hofstra University was no different. Mitt Romney’s […] Original post by Dave Young

Facebook recently introduced emoticons into its news feed by allowing users to use those little smiley faces in comments or replies to status updates for the first time. Mind you, users […] Original post by Dave Young

Facebook had a big week when it released quarterly earnings on Tuesday, showing a loss of $59 million for the third quarter of 2012. The financial trend, however, was up, […] Original post by martin clancy