it seems that Facebook Phone is a reality, but just not in the way most thought it would be. The Facebook Messenger app now supports VoIP calling.
It’s not quite game over at the annual Tokyo Game Show opening Thursday, but with smartphones, tablets and other computer-like devices luring people away from the once-dominant consoles devoted to video games, the rules have changed.
Viral campaign showcasing photos of Philippine politicians grandstanding outside of election season gets the attention of international media
Chinese mega social network Sina Weibo is set for a major revamp that will see it incorporate Google+ style sharing.
Philippine government is asking concerned agencies and organizations to use unified hashtag #walangpasok for marking social media posts.
Viral video of a driver assaulting an MMDA traffic enforcer leads to lawsuit, with government officials lauding citizens’ vigilance in the use of social media.
Facebook is under pressure to remove page that insults Australian Aborigines, and was accused of using its U.S. base to avoid anti-discrimination laws.
Ex-Google China head Kaifu Lee has apologized after posting contact details of a US swimming coach who cast doubt on a Chinese Olympic swimmer’s performance.
83 million Facebook users are illegitimate, duplicates or fakes, and the social network is working on improving the quality of its traffic.
Users of Sina Weibo took to the first ever social Olympics with a gusto, with 119-million messages sent during the opening ceremony alone.