The latest in Facebook's never-ending series of test tweaks to the News Feed is one that allows you to pick the people and pages that you want to see more of whenever you log into the site.
The #iseechange campaign is about to extend across the U.S. in the near future — and you can contribute your own Instagram photos of unusual climate conditions if you want to help the cause.
Miley Cyrus celebrates Bruce Jenner's announcement that he is transgender by smoking a giant blunt on Instagram. The singer posted several videos of herself smoking and a positive Jenner quote.
A man found himself in handcuffs after liking a local Facebook post of his own wanted ad.
Microsoft's How-Old.net website has taken social media by storm, thanks to its uncanny ability to not judge anyone's age correctly using face recognition software and complex algorithms. However, it may have another, slightly more paranormal use.
YouTube is celebrating its 10-year anniversary by, well, sharing videos. Throughout the month of May the site will be looking back at some of its best content, with each day of the 26-day celebration dedicated to one letter of the alphabet.
Videos telling us we're too addicted to our smartphones are nothing new, but this latest example of the genre gets the message across in a satirical and amusing way, exaggerating the issue with great effect. Watch it here.
While all the popular social networks reported growth in the first quarter of 2015, one of them may surprise you: LiveJournal. Created in 1999, the once-popular community blog apparently still has a following.
Facebook has always had tools to report suicidal content. Now, Facebook users can actively take part in helping prevent suicide that might start off as a social media post.
The Internet has empowered superfans to not only obsess about their favorite shows, but control them through petitions and social media.
After the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, the F.B.I. released a warning to police of possible cyber attacks by "hacktivists." Cops were told to limit their social media activities.
Earlier this year we reported that thanks to the Internet Archive, thousands of old MS-DOS games were now playable for free directly inside your browser. Now, it turns out that any game in the library can be easily embedded within a tweet.
Social media and music come together in Instagram's latest community, @Music, which connects fans with musicians and those associated with the music industry. The community is a response to Instagram's popularity with musicians.
Twitter now has 300 million active users, but last quarter's revenues failed to meet investors' expectations despite the firm's aggressive approach to acquisitions and mergers.
Twitter, in an ongoing effort to provide a cleaner user experience, continues to change its page design for search results. Recently, the company briefly experimented with a new look.
Instagram now supports the use of emojis in hashtags, allowing users to search for photos by those icons in addition to words. The photo sharing app also added three new filters: Lark, Reyes, and Juno.
Google won't come out and say it, but its Google Plus social site is not doing too well. A new study reveals that not even 1 percent of all Google users is actually using Google Plus.
Sports-themed social site Fancred just scored three big partners, teaming up with the Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins, and University of Maryland.
Ideal for anyone that's a power user of the Facebook Messenger application, the social network has launched support for a new video calling feature that works on mobile devices as well as desktop computers.
SocialRank is an app that lets people track and find out info about who's following them on Twitter, and now it's extended its service to Instagram. This helps brands better segment their followers and customers.
Twitter's rolling out a new feature to its Android client called Highlights. It aims to make your timeline more manageable through curation of tweets based on contextual information.
Droppie is a new social networking app that lets users share pictures with new people, simply by "dropping" their pictures in any location. Any Droppie user that encounters a dropped photo can pick it up.
Facebook is launching a caller ID tool for Android called "Hello." The new app from the social media giant is intended to evolve the phone call and improve on the existing caller ID system.
Facebook is rolling out some updates to the News Feed that will hopefully result in more relevant posts from your friends showing up in the feed. Posts from brands will be given less priority.
An unnamed Japanese woman found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her. Her specified method of revenge? Throw all of his Apple products into a bath and watch it all die. Unsurprisingly, many approved of her methods.
Ethan Czahor lost his dream job working as the CTO of Jeb Bush's political operations thanks to old tweets. In order to make sure this doesn't happen to you, his new app Clear scours your social media history for offensive content.