Gnip pores over tweets to extract statistical wisdom.Twitter says it will use the technology to provide better data to developers and businesses.
The analytics company is intent on doing away with the age of the e-mail survey to make polling users for feedback more enjoyable all around.
As the iPhone and iPad gain in popularity in Japan, the company's image is on the rise too, says Nikkei Research.
Save coupons with your phone's camera, grab coupons others have shared, and get notified when you're in a store that accepts any of them.
The startup hopes bicycle-phobic people will like its lightweight three-wheeler, whose battery gives it a 30-mile range before pedaling.
One in 10 Americans has spiraled a "like" to an NFL team on Facebook. But sadly, fair-weather fans are all too common.
People now can link better with Facebook and other outside sites, find new music, and search faster, says CEO Alex Ljung.
Want a new handset this holiday season, but waiting for a deal? CNET gathers excellent Black Friday and Cyber Monday markdowns on some of this year's stand-out phones.
As the presidential campaigns heat up, it might be just as important for the candidates to cover their social media bases as it is to have a position on national health care. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best political apps and Web sites vying for your vote.
"Dan Le Batard is Highly Questionable" is one of the most unusual, enjoyable sports shows on TV. Smart use of social media is just one reason it's so watchable.