Sina Corp, China's largest Internet portal, has no immediate plans to list its microblog operations, its chief said on Wednesday. Full story
Three dozen Crips street gang members and two motel owners have been indicted for running a prostitution ring that targeted underage girls through social networking sites including MySpace, Craigslist, Twitter and Facebook, prosecutors said on Monday. Full story
Although many American workers have embraced social media sites such as Facebook or LinkedIn, they are uncomfortable about sharing information about their sex lives or salaries, according to a new survey. Full story
Psychiatrist Catherine Birndorf and Jewel Peach, a woman who posted her pregnancy results on YouTube, discuss whether pregnant women share too much with the advent of social networking.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging doctors to address the potential downside of social networking with their young patients. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
Growing numbers of baby boomers are joining Facebook, and many of them are using it to reconnect with an ex. TODAY's Lester Holt talks to YourTango.com's Andrea Miller and the AARP's Hugh Delehanty about the consequences of contacting old flames or crushes.
Politically obsessed and socially savvy Washington D.C. has been named the best "Twitter town" according to a new Men's Health survey. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
A social networking site helps a homeless man reconnect with his family after a decade apart. WNBC's DeMarco Morgan reports.
LONDON - JULY 10: In this photo illustration a lap top is logged onto the social networking site Facebook on July 10, 2007 in London, England. Facebook has been rapidly catching up on MySpace as the premier social networking website and as of July 2007 was the secondmost visited such site on the Wo
An Apple iPhone mobile phone is seen with Twitter status updates of a Kogi Korean BBQ-inspired taco truck that is on the way to a location as patrons wait in line before it arrives, in Torrance, California, April 17, 2009. Kogi BBQ uses the online social networking site "Twitter" to alert followers
People wait for their food as others line up to place their orders at Kogi, a Korean BBQ-inspired taco truck, in Torrance, California, April 17, 2009. Kogi BBQ uses the online social networking site "Twitter" to alert followers to their location around the Los Angeles area and any other updates. RE
In this screen shot provided by Zecco, the user profile page of Kim Seineger is shown. Zecco and Tradeking were the first brokerages to offer online social networking, and are now adding functions that go beyond the typical discussion board. Traders at both companies can reveal their portfolios and