ISIS supporters on Sunday issued threats against Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and other employees at the social media company. The message expressed anger at Twitter's constant removal of its accounts, which the company says violate its terms of service.
Frustrated with inconsistent communication from developers of Kickstarted games, NeoGAF user Stumpokapow created a comprehensive spreadsheet of projects and their progress.
Google wasn't the only tech firm to submit proposals for new offices in Mountain View recently. Social networking company LinkedIn also has plans, though with limited space for new construction in the city, there could be trouble ahead.
The dress that broke the Internet is white and gold. Or maybe it's blue and black. The thing is, it's one or the other to different sets of people, and there are several very scientific reasons why. Here's what's going on.
Twitter's boss recently admitted the company has a bit of a problem dealing with abuse and trolls on the service, and vowed to put it right. With that goal in mind, the company on Thursday announced more measures to tackle the damaging issue.
In the least surprising viral event to date this year, a Texas firefighter attracted the ire of the entire Internet after allegedly killing two dogs, taking a picture and boasting about it on Facebook.
Imgur has introduced a new Topics features that lets users categorize a photo, which in turn helps other Imgur users easily browse and discover content.
Compact, affordable, and targeting social media users, Epson's new Perfection V19 scanner shares images directly to social networks and is powered only from a USB cord.
Thanks to a new app update, videos created in Snapchat can record the music that's playing on your phone at the same time, giving you the chance to add a soundtrack, or lip-sync along.
Facebook users can expect to see better-targeted ads showing up when they use the social networking service after the company this week rolled out a new feature to help businesses serve up more relevant content based on a user's interests and location.
Developer Appetizer Mobile has launched Chic Sketch, a smartphone app that turns your pictures into a fashion sketch – made by a real fashion illustrator.
It’s Valentine’s Day, which means tweeting, posting and sending messages about our feelings for others. How we use communication channels like Twitter, Reddit and messaging apps reveals a lot about our relationships, according to three studies.
Break-ups have happened to the best of us - and so has the ensuing torture of seeing the ex all over our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. If the lure of texting or calling them has become too much, and one more status update from the heartbreaker is…
Tapely, a free online music platform, allows you to make and share your own virtual mixtapes. Digital Trends will tell you how to use it to make the perfect mixtape for any occasion.
Utilizing the massive quantity of visual content generated by 70 million users, Pinterest is working on launching a purchasing function that would allows users to buy items that have been pinned on the site.
Facebook now lets you decide who will manage your account after your death. Once your account has been memorialized, the legacy contact will be able to post info on memorial services and more.
Niche is a New York-based startup that drums up business by connecting social media stars with major brands to create sponsored content. And Twitter's just acquired it.
Yet another example of publishing far too much on social media channels, a Texas girl was fired recently after using Twitter to publicly post a negative opinion about a job that she hadn't even started yet.
Cyber Caliphate, a group of alleged ISIS supporters, compromised Newsweek's Twitter account and posted some disturbing messages, including threats to the Obama family.
An increasing number of museums across the U.S. are banning selfie sticks in an effort to protect exhibits from reckless handlers of the smartphone-wielding device.
ScreenPop is a new photo messaging app for Android that uses the lock screen as a place to share content. Photos can be tagged with emojis, captions, and doodles – giving users a unique way to send images to one another.
A teenager was charged with murder after he sent a Snapchat selfie of himself next to the dead victim to a friend. The disappearing Snapchat was preserved in a screenshot and shown to the police.
Twitter reported its smallest user growth ever on Thursday. Q4 saw its user base increase by just 4 million to 288 million, though the company said issues with iOS 8 were partly to blame.
In what looks to be a similar deal to one that ended between the two companies in 2011, Twitter and Google have reportedly reached a new agreement to make tweets more discoverable in search.
Internal memos reportedly written by Twitter CEO Dick Costolo reveal he's "ashamed" of how poorly the company is dealing with the issue of abuse on the service. The boss says he takes "full responsibility" for the situation and that it has to change.
Twitter has done a deal with Flipboard and Yahoo! Japan to start showing promoted tweets on the sites. The move brings Twitter ads to millions of non-users of the social media service, and looks set to boost the company's bottom line.
Oreo proved back in 2013 that social media can win the Super Bowl for advertisers, but as other brands like Nationwide demonstrated during last night's game, sometimes when you try to bottle lightning, you get zapped.
The world's largest social network uses a small team of testers to get detailed feedback on the News Feed — and their responses are revealing more about how we make use of social media.
With Super Bowl attendees turning to Facebook and Twitter to chat about the big game, social media is top of mind for the National Football League as well as brands looking to capitalize on Super Bowl moments.