A slew of new apps promising real love from your preexisting social network are hitting the market, hinting that your next romance - or hookup - is probably someone you're already Facebook friends with.
Laptops of Facebook engineers were infected with malware hidden in a Java exploit. The vulnerability has been patched and user data hasn't been compromised, although we're only hearing about this a month after the fact.
The Pew Internet Life project has taken another look at America's love (and use) of social media, and discovered an audience that is skewing female and Hispanic - and also, interestingly enough, shrinking when compared with a couple of months earlier.
Last month, the App Store laid down the law and gave Vine an R rating. As the app continues to struggle with censoring adult content, it might be time to take a page out of other visual social networks' books to cut down on the NSFW videos. But is our…
Got a crush on someone but can't bring yourself to admit it in person? That's what the Internet's for! With You So Fu*king Hot, anyone can use the Twitter service to send anonymous love confessions - as long as you keep them to 140 characters.
Just because someone (or something) follows you on Twitter doesn't mean that they're interested in what you have to say. A new list reveals the ten Twitter accounts of celebrities and brands who tend to "mass follow" to build their online audience.
There's nothing more romantic than sending your significant other your still beating heart. You can do this, digitally of course, with Rebtel's Re:Beat app. It's official: we found the weirdest, borderline-creepy way to say "I love you" with technology.