Take Clean India campaign to social media: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday urged people to upload pictures and videos of dirty places -- and how they get cleaned up -- on the social media.

'Twilight' short films to release on Facebook
'Twilight' short films to release on Facebook

 

Los Angeles: 'Twilight' author Stephenie Meyer and Lions Gate have announced plans to select five aspiring female directors to make short films based on the vampire romance saga that they will release on Facebook next year.

Meet Narendra Modi, the 'social media guru'

Narendra Modi ranks second behind only Barack Obama in number of fans of his official Facebook page.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to visit India later this month
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to visit India later this month

After Sheryl Sandberg, its now the turn of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to visit India, the second biggest market for the social networking giant, later this month.

Narendra Modi: The king of social media

During his US visit,Narendra Modi has emerged to be one of the most popular leaders on the internet with being discussed about,searched and tweeted about the most.

Facebook relaunches ad platform Atlas, allows advertisers to follow you around the web
Facebook relaunches ad platform Atlas, allows advertisers to follow you around the web

Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena

New Delhi: Social-networking giant Facebook announced to relaunch Atlas, the ad platform, which will allow companies and marketers to see how effective their ads are on different websites.

RIP Orkut! Google finally shuts down website
RIP Orkut! Google finally shuts down website

Internet giant Google on Tuesday confirmed it will shut down its Orkut, its first social networking site on September 30.

40 arrested in Vadodara following communal clashes
40 arrested in Vadodara following communal clashes

The police in Gujarat's Vadodara has arrested at least 40 people in the wake of late-night communal clashes on Saturday between Hindus and Muslims following days of tension in the city.

Facebook can steer young minds into politics
Facebook can steer young minds into politics

The Social networking site Facebook can encourage more young people to get engaged in politics, a new research shows.

Facebook to test internet beaming drones in 2015
Facebook to test internet beaming drones in 2015

Facebook plans to start testing its internet-carrying solar-powered drones in 2015, with the ultimate aim of getting two-thirds of the global population online.

Suspected IS recruiter arrested in Bangladesh

A 22-year-old man has been arrested in Bangladesh on charges of trying to recruit members for the dreaded Islamic State (IS) movement, a day after two others were detained for planning to wage jihad to establish Islamic rule in the Muslim-majority country.

Facebook's Internet providing drones will be of size of commercial airliner: Report

Facebook's Internet drones will reportedly be the size of a commercial aircraft like Boeing 747, and fly for years.

Happy Indians take to Facebook, Twitter to hail ISRO
Happy Indians take to Facebook, Twitter to hail ISRO

Indians were elated for becoming the first country in the world to enter the Martian orbit in its maiden attempt Wednesday, and many took to Facebook and Twitter saying "mission accomplished".

'Happy New Year' official Facebook page crosses 3 million mark!
'Happy New Year' official Facebook page crosses 3 million mark!

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan-starrer upcoming flick 'Happy New Year' has created a buzz in the virtual world much before it's release. After registering record number of views for its trailer and already superhit song 'Manwa Laage' the film reached another high in terms of popularity.

New comic book stars Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg

The life of billionaire Facebook executive and "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg has been distilled into a 32-page comic book set for release this week.

New social media trend – Naming and shaming worst plane passengers

People who frequently fly often meet passengers who may be irksome or who have some terrible manners. Their behaviour often leaves fellow passengers and the airline staff uncomfortable and disconcerted.

Facebook not going to charge users any fee: Reports
Facebook not going to charge users any fee: Reports

An article on the satirical website National Report, which stated that the social networking site is going to charge its users $2.99 per month starting Nov 1 is fictional, media reports said.

Facebook says won't miss out on key stories for its users
Facebook says won't miss out on key stories for its users

The social networking site Facebook is updating its news feed to feature right content at the right time, so that users do not miss out on key stories.

Bajwa strongly condemns case against MLA's aide, two others

Punjab Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa on Friday condemned the recent registration of an FIR against the Personal Assistant of Rajwinder Kaur, MLA from Nihalsinghwala and two others for allegedly posting objectionable remarks on Facebook against Agriculture Minister Tota Singh.

Deepika Padukone pens hard-hitting note on 'cleavage show' controversy
Deepika Padukone pens hard-hitting note on 'cleavage show' controversy

Deepika Padukone, who was miffed with an "outrageous" headline carried by a leading daily with a picture of hers showing ample cleavage, took to her Facebook page to express her thoughts about the controversial episode.