Cheddar CEO Jon Steinberg discusses the most talked about moments from the DNC on social media.
Facebook Inc is growing so fast analysts can't keep up.
Twitter has cut its forecast. Does this make it a buy?
Silicon Valley's lone ranger throws his support behind Trump.
Facebook Inc's Messenger has more than 1 billion users, the social media company said on Wednesday, making it one the world's top three apps just two years after it was split off from Facebook's main app, which is by far and away the most popular.
Social media has infiltrated the Republican National Convention.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on why President Obama is blaming the media, social media for the divide in the U.S.
Keith Altman, attorney for a Paris terror-attack victim, on the lawsuit against Facebook.
Center for Security Policy Executive Vice President Jim Hanson on a viral photo that could have violated one of Facebook's policies.
Cybersecurity expert Robert Siciliano on Facebook Messenger security and the new Pokemon GO app.
FBN's Deirdre Bolton discusses the surge in Nintendo's share price in the days following the company's release of its Pokemon Go app.
The fatal shooting of police officers during a Dallas protest was streamed live on Facebook. Fox news Legal Analyst Arthur Aidala on the possible legal implications.
Twitter is in talks for rights to stream live sports,
'Chaos Monkeys' Author Antonio Garcia Martinez on why he compares Facebook to a North Korean cult.
Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright on whether social-media companies should do more to combat terrorism.
Despite the volatility lately, I think the market moves have been constructive.
Senate Homeland Security Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) questions Facebook's role in preventing acts of terror.
Keith Altman, attorney for the father of a Paris terror-attack victim, on the lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter.
Former prosecutor Alex Kincaid and trial attorney Marie Napoli discuss social media's role in terror fight.
Attorney Emily Compagno, Conservative Commentator Kristin Tate and Democratic Strategist Jessica Tarlov on the murder of a police officer in France that was streamed live on Facebook.