A new startup has launched in the United States, promising to be ‘Yelp for people’.
A Melbourne entrepreneur wants to create a ‘Slack for sports teams’ communication platform, catering to the needs of athletes.
After launching two weeks ago, social networking site Gamurs has attracted more than 6000 users.
Obtaining readership across the world wide web takes time because a publication needs to build up. Facebook has the power to do it in months – but there's a catch.
A Sydney-based startup is looking to help people all over the world who are interested in skiing and snowboarding connect online and plan trips together.
Don’t fall for dodgy deals offering your business hundreds of fake ‘likes’ – you may be forking out the money for nothing in return.
Social network startup Gamurs has raised $350,000 in seed funding in order to build its user base and make improvements to its platform.
Aussie jobseekers are turning to Facebook ahead of professional networking site LinkedIn to look for work, according to research released yesterday by recruitment firm Randstad.
Social media has entered what is likely to be a wildly popular new phase with the advent of live video streaming apps Periscope and Meerkat.
Research shows friends can help save you in the event of any natural disaster, especially if they’re your popular friends.
Researchers, journalists writing about research, and young people themselves have been writing about the perceived decline of Facebook for a while now. But is it true?
If you’re one of the world’s 1.3 billion regular Facebook users, you’ll know the feeling of being consumed by your news feed.
If followers are simply accounts that do not have any human interaction or just re-tweet everything that your account says, they are of very little value.
While there will always be a balance between utility and security, what is critical is for these companies to place value on the data and reputation of end users. The fact is, the convenience and massive consumer traction these sites offer come with a price.
With the pervasiveness of social media, it is still an unanswered question as to how fundamental a role it plays in everyone’s lives. Part of the complexity comes from the fact that we regard social media as being a uniform thing.
A Melbourne-based startup is looking to make it easier for dog owners to socialise with one another and organise trips to the park or beach with their pets.
Social network startups in Australia need to “carve out their niche” if they are to survive and prosper in a highly competitive environment.
Australian startup inkl is the latest attempt to solve one of the media industry’s biggest problems – how to make people pay for online content.
With social network startups popping up in numerous industry verticals, leave it to a Perth-based startup to create a social marketplace for miners.
The Asia-Pacific region is likely to be an early adopter for the internet of things (IoT), creating opportunities for Australian startups, according to Akamai president of products and development Rick McConnell.