Social Media
Social Media

Find everything that’s for sale in one place with new Pinterest Shop

Pinterest Shop includes trending pins that are buyable, making it easier to find the products you can purchase, and then making the purchase without leaving the platform a simpler process.
Social Media

Popular Instagrammer leaving social media, citing unhealthy culture

Essena O'Neill, popular Instagram model and social media star, releases a YouTube video explaining why she has decided to leave Instagram and why she plans to leave other social media platforms as well.
Social Media

FYI’s ‘Food Porn’ is an Instagram foodie’s dream come true

The new television show, Food Porn, on FYI channel, features an Instagram-themed format that follows chef Michael Chernow to different restaurants and incorporates social media with daily dishes.
Social Media

Twitter replaces star-shaped favorites with heart-shaped likes

Twitter has replaced the familiar star-shaped Favorite button with a heart-shaped Like button, saying its use will be less confusing to newcomers, and can be used to convey a wider range of internationally understood emotions.
Web

The man bun may be here to stay, according to Google search

According to Google's 2015 Beauty Trends Report, men are not only more vain about the hairs on their heads, but they're also particularly interested in one controversial hairstyle -- the infamous man bun.
Mobile

It looks like Verizon’s Droid Turbo 2 giveaway left several burnt contestants in its wake

To promote the Droid Turbo 2, Verizon launched the Droid Seeker contest disguised as a game, which gave 200 winners the handset for free. However, due to technical issues, more than one contestant were left burned.
Movies & TV

Add John Oliver to the list of people who have inspired angry Trump tweets

John Oliver has sparked the ire of Donald Trump. After Oliver said he has no interest in having the politician on Last Week Tonight, Trump tweeted that he'd been invited to appear. The show's official Twitter account denies the claim.
Social Media

Instagram helps researchers monitor underage drinking

Researchers are using Instagram to monitor underage drinking, and in the future, other teenage issues. Instagram provides a great deal of data, and is simpler and less expensive than traditional survey methods.
Mobile

Stories you missed: Samsung’s touchable TV, RIP Chrome OS, a Bob Ross marathon

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. Up this week, Samsung's Galaxy View, Adele, and more.
Social Media

Snapchat’s updated terms of service and privacy policy creep users out

Snapchat has spooked some of its users by updating its terms of service and privacy policy. Users are scared by new wording that appears to give the company free rein to abuse their photos, videos, and personal information.
Mobile

Best Halloween apps for the ultimate spooky weekend

If you haven't downloaded all the spooky, scary, downright necessary apps for your phone this Halloween, you're not prepared for Halloween quite yet. Here are our top picks, including spooky selfies, games, and more.
Mobile

Facebook testing a Local Markets feature to rival Craigslist

If you've got something to sell, you can go to eBay, Craigslist, Amazon, Etsy, and many other places on the Web to do just that — and now Facebook is working on something similar too.