Since 2010, the monetary value per share action across social networks has almost doubled from $1.78 to $3.23, that's according to aggregate data from online event creation, sharing and ticketing service Eventbrite.
Twitter is continuing its drive towards consistency, making the Twitter experience "straightforward and easy to understand" across its ecosystem, but promises to "thoroughly enforce" new and existing developer policies.
Pinterest may have already become the fourth largest social network in the United States despite being less than two years old. Data from both Alexa, a web statistics firm, and DoubleClick Ad Planner suggests it has.
The Stop Online Piracy Act, SOPA, has split the technology industry. Dell, Microsoft, MacAfee and others want it passed to protect their copyrights while Google, Yahoo!, Twitter, and Facebook believe it to be a threat to the free web. But just what is SOPA?
Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, Mozilla, LinkedIn, Twitter, eBay, AOL, and Zynga have jointly written to the House of Representatives' Committee on the Judiciary to "express concern" at the proposed SOPA bill.