The Instagram photo of the dinner you just cooked or the one of your friends at the beach could be sold for use in future advertising campaigns.
Forget Facebook. How about meeting up face-to-face? This could be the next generation of on-line social networking.
Toyota is setting up a social networking service with the help of a U.S. Internet company and Microsoft so drivers can interact with their cars in a way that’s similar to posting on Facebook or Twitter.
Last fall, a local student started his business studies at Bentley and during winter break, he used his free time to develop a massively popular website. It’s called threewords.me.
If you use Facebook to “check in” to your favorite restaurants or shops, you can now expect to see rewards and discounts from companies looking to drum up business.
WBZ’s Doug Cope talks about the Middle School transition.
The popularity of online social networks continues to grow, and so does the challenge of keeping your kids safe as they use these networks.
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