“After tapping the ‘Buy’ button, you will get additional product details and be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information,” Twitter says.
Businesses buying ads via Twitter helped the microblogging giant impress investors, as active membership in the second quarter reached 271 million, with year-over-year growth at 24 percent.
Now, the food giant has reversed course and gone back to its previous legal wording in response to an uproar from consumers, many of whom “unliked” the brand’s Facebook page or threatened to do so.
Facebook is reportedly near regulatory approval in Ireland for a service that would allow the social network’s users to store money via Facebook and use it to pay and exchange money with others.
The gene therapy trial scheduled for late 2014 is specifically for children with Sanfilippo Syndrome, a rare metabolic disorder characterized by muscle growth deficiencies and the neurological problems.
A Florida woman’s video of a tailgater, and what happens after he flips her the bird, has gone very viral, racking up nearly 5 million views in two days.
Emil De Leon, 25, of Daly City, Calif., shocked even veteran host Pat Sajak on Wheel of Fortune this week when he correctly guessed the 12-letter phrase “New Baby Buggy” with only the letters “N” and “E” on the board.
The tweets represent hilarious musings on social media’s grasp on everyday life. “I tried to communicate with people using words. It was scary,” said one Tweet.
This video just made CNN and is ringing up donations nearly past $30,000 for a homeless man. It all started as a good deed prank. It became a tearful exchange with a heartwarming twist. Check out the “Donate” button at the end of the video.
Policy changes announced by Facebook and Instagram puts new limits or outright bans on posts or pages that facilitate the private sales of commonly regulated items such as firearms, alcohol or adult products.