Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms are now a part of daily lives and hence under the Indian constitution falls under public utility service. It is important know if these platforms in anyway harm one's privac
The participation of tens of thousands of young Saudis in a social media debate over plans to reform the kingdom's oil-reliant economy last month marked a shift in how Riyadh's conservative rulers interact with their subjects
China's government fabricates and posts several hundred million social media posts a year to influence public opinion about the country, according to a new paper by US researchers examining one of the most opaque aspects of t
HRD Minister Smriti Irani today said the results of CBSE Board exams for class X and XII will be declared "on time" before the end of this month and, as per a decision taken earlier, state boards are also expected to declare
A relatively new entity in the market – Lenddo is tying up with banks, NBFCs and Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lenders to assist them in evolving credit scores to assess repayment ability of borrowers who have no credit history.
Think twice before taking your company to social media to engage with customers, as a new study has revealed that companies which respond to complaints on social media have a risk of triggering new complaints.
Companies engaging with customers on Twitter, beware! Responding to complaints on social media has the side effect of triggering new complaints, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.
For today's travellers, social media has become one of the key influencing factors while planning a holiday. Express TravelWorld explores the social media savviness of the Indian travel trade and its marketing strategy to mon