This nifty food porn index website shows us just how unhealthy our food preferences are through the hashtags we post.
The hashtag #CancelColbert reached trending status in the US after comedian Stephen Colbert allegelly mocked Asian stereotypes on his show The Colbert Report
How do your posts affect others -- and how do their posts affect you?
These celebs should really understand -- before trying to get a hashtag to trend, it should not be about them.
A media company invented a machine that provides new use for hashtags. The Heartbot can convert specific hashtags into generated electricity.
FIFA 2014 organizers asked unofficial advertisers to stop free-riding on the event. Would they follow? Does ethics exist among marketers in social media?
How do you celebrate the Web's silver anniversary? With a hashtag, of course!
As Catholics around the world celebrate Ash Wednesday on March 5, 2014, many took to Twitter to share photos of their forehead marks using these hashtags.
Is this a real plea, or a marketing strategy?
When celebrity Arthur James launched a hashtag to engage with fans, he didn't prepare for the onslaught of trolls.
Should Twitter go for this planned redesign?
When a great actor dies, social media pays tribute.
Sina Weibo, Twitter's Chinese counterpart, posts record number of tweets at the start of 2014.
"We're no damsels in distress!" say supporters of #NotYourRescueProject.
A university in Michigan lists "hashtag" and "selfie" in list of most annoying words in 2014.
The Canadian pop superstar announces his "retirement" -- and then takes it back.
The Internet's premier photo-sharing community shares its top numbers for 2013.
As Twitter evolves, so does the way it connects with the community.
Sacramento startups bring online business networks offline.
Twitter finally douses gender sensitivity issue by adding a very qualified female to its board.
Is your bet at the bottom? Let your hashtag be heard.
Beyond 140 character tweets, the micro-blogging platform is also a choice shopping destination, says study.
Halloween is usually celebrated with scares -- but Twitter users this year took a turn toward humor.
The hashtag <a href="http://hashtags.org/analytics/PolTwt">#PolTwt</a> was created for police forces from different parts of the world to discuss the special event.
To celebrate Halloween 2013, social media users invite others to watch Ricky Dillon (<a href="http://twitter.com/RickyPDillon" target="_blank">@RickyPDillon</a>) dressed up in a silly yellow chicken costume scaring people away on the street.