Digital technology is redefining how we communicate, engage and collaborate for work, leisure, business, and social and political activism.
We’re all familiar with the term “global village,” but what does globalization really mean?
Mobile devices are connecting people on a worldwide scale like never before, and the rise in digital technology throughout the developing world is providing a platform for news that would otherwise go unnoticed.
A look at “over-the-top” (OTT) live-streaming video services such as Netflix and Hulu (in the US); user-generated content such as on YouTube and Flickr; and social media in advertising and marketing.
Michael Hyatt is a social media superstar, with almost 15,000 “Likes” on Facebook, over 125,000 followers on Twitter, and almost a quarter million subscribers to his blog. Kidela’s Allison Marinelli talks with him about his book, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World.
Why social TV, which started to make its mark in 2011, is set to become a phenomenon.
Tout’d is a social media website designed to get you great recommendations from your friends…and their friends. Krystle Hunt talks with Arron Kallenberg, Robert Morelli and Saro Cutri about what sets Tout’d apart from other social networks.
MySpace has been re-engineered from the ground up, but will the changes be enough to restore its former glory?
Did you have friends before 2009? Did you send them ranty private Facebook messages? Great, because a new Facebook privacy bug might be publishing them to your timeline for everyone to see.
We speak with the co-founder and CEO of Sickweather, a social media site that tracks illnesses in your city and helps you decide whether to go out, be extra careful, or stay inside and lock your door.