Facebook finally rolls out hashtags, Apple gives the green light for iOS game controllers, and Samsung reveals yet another version of the Galaxy S4.
You might remember Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon mocking the hashtag craze. But now he's on the "Tonight Show," Fallon has even more famous #compadres.
While Twitter hashtags help drive exposure on the social network, new data shows that Facebook hashtags have the opposite effect.
The incremental update to the Twitter-owned app comes a day after the splashy reveal of Instagram video.
The # symbol has become the key to connecting to people and events you care about on social media. It's also an obvious hole for Facebook.
Catching up to Twitter and other rivals, the company will incorporate hashtags into its network, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The social network bends to support a mainstream mode of digital expression popularized by a competitor.
CEO Kevin Systrom says the photo-sharing site needs to create more ways to organize all the photos pouring into the Instagram network.
Twitter hashtags are starting to filter into other media, especially on TV. On Sunday, we saw them used two ways at big-time events. One was smart; the other, not so much.
Organized Twitter chats are a particularly effective vehicle to provide entry points for consumers to engage with companies around specific topics, events, or issues that are meaningful to them.