If Facebook attempts to re-enter China it is likely to be onto a loser
The Twitter sale process has been a drama and its conclusion might disappoint
Studies show that social networking reduces the sense of wellbeing. It's worth thinking about the underlying reasons.
A roundup of the week’s news including AI as jobs killer and Microsoft’s health tracker maybe being treated as terminal
Can we ever really cut down extremism on social media?
It is ridiculous how everyone blames social media for the way people communicate on these platforms
We catch-up with Dedric Reid, CEO of HelloVR, about his new immersive social VR world
An overview of social media’s role in the referendum so far, and data insights about the upcoming vote
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This whitepaper outlines the four keys to success and discusses the ROI of Web 2.0.
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Some companies allow access to Facebook in order to maintain morale, increase retention, and boost hiring. But they also want to control access to it....
This white paper explains how applying social characteristics to project management results in greater agility and better collaboration.
Phil Muncaster reports on China and beyond
Jon Collins’ in-depth look at tech and society
Kathryn Cave looks at the big trends in tech