Social Media
Social Media

Kim Kardashian’s pink MySpace page uncovered: Proof that nothing on the Internet ever dies

Us Weekly uncovered Kim Kardashian's MySpace page from 2006, when she had barely 850 friends! We learn she went by "princess," wanted children someday, and used a pink page template that looked just as awful as everyone else's.
Social Media

Belgian privacy watchdog sicks its lawyers on Facebook for privacy violations

Belgium's Commission for the Protection of Privacy is taking Facebook to court over growing privacy concerns. This marks a more litigious approach to an already mounting opposition to U.S firms data collecting practices in Europe.
Mobile

Smiling cat, rose bud, rocket, clover: Your next PIN could use emoji for added security

The next unbreakable passcode could be made with emoji. A British company came up with a system of creating four-digit passcodes out of emoji, and in the process discovered that emoji may be more secure and easier to remember.
Social Media

Facebook experiments with ‘buy button’ for Shopify merchants

Facebook has started experimenting with "buy buttons" for Shopify merchants. This means that users can now buy from Shopify merchants right in the social media site itself, without having to leave.
Apple

This won’t end well: See a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition come between two very big magnets

Just because the Apple Watch Edition costs at least $10,000, doesn't mean no-one is willing to give it a hard time, but this video takes it to the extreme. See what happens when the expensive gadget comes between two massive…
Mobile

Americans spend an alarming amount of time checking social media on their phones

It's an all too familiar sight: A woman falls into a mall fountain while texting. And now, a new report from Informate Mobile Intelligence tells us exactly how attached Americans are to their smartphones and their social media networks.
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: 10 important tech stories you may have missed

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week -- just for you.
Social Media

Facebook is watching you watch the News Feed

Another week, another tweak to the Facebook News Feed: Mark Zuckerberg's company has announced it's now measuring how much time you spend looking at each of your friends' social media updates.
Social Media

Texas teacher gets the pink slip for insensitive Facebook post on the McKinney incident

Texas elementary teacher Karen Fitzgibbons was fired after she wrote an nsensitive Facebook post in response to the McKinney incident that took place last week. Even though she has since deleted the post, you can read on to learn the…
Social Media

Snapchat now lets you use front and rear cameras for your videos

At last, Snapchat is letting its users take advantage of front and rear cameras that they can switch back and forth to during video recordings. This small update makes video recording more shareworthy.
Social Media

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo to step down July 1, co-founder Jack Dorsey steps in

After facing increasing criticism of his leadership, Twitter's embattled CEO, Dick Costolo, has announced he will be stepping down from the company's helm on July 1. Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will take over in an interim role.
Social Media

Twitter waves bye-bye to square videos with new landscape mode

Twitter just became a little less square. The social media company on Wednesday introduced new functionality for iOS and Android that lets you shoot and share videos in full frame landscape mode from within the app.