It’s always nice when people comment on what you post on social media, but unfortunately a lot of the comments people are getting on Vine aren’t exactly sincere … or real. That’s because they’re spam. The Daily Dot just reported…
The widespread use of the term 'tweet' has caused the British dictionary to expand its definition of the word, despite its 10-year rule. Twitter, you rule-breaker you.
We thought that Facebook was unveiling a RSS reader on June 20, but reports suggest that coffee with the press might have to do with Instagram for video.
Twitter, we had the invitation to ask Edward Snowden anything we wanted. And this is what we did with it. While some of the off-topic queries deserve a small nod of hilarious approval, most of them are leaving us #smh.
Crowdsourcing Bonnaroo: How Facebook and Instagram are making the most documented music festival ever
All those Facebook hashtags and Instagrams will be compiled from Bonnaroo to create a true crowdsourced documentary. And Bonnaroo isn't the only music event that the social titans are taking over.
As if it wasn't already obvious, you should watch what you say on Facebook - especially if your views is majorly offensive. One British woman learned this the hard way after her racist comments almost landed her in jail.
It's the GIF file format's 26th birthday, first created by GIF inventor Steve Wilhite. To celebrate, Giphy is giving away a free GIF screensaver (for Macs).
Although Facebook and Twitter started in the U.S., other countries are even more fixated on social media than Americans.
It's a question as old as Internet itself: Do we love cats or dogs more? We try and find the answer inside a wealth of Internet stats.
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of the obsession with Edward Snowden's girlfriend ... because, you know, she's the important part of this whole NSA story.
Facebook opened up a Swedish data center, there's evidence of a Facebook RSS reader, and say goodbye to Sponsored Results in this week's Facebook news.
Social media can be a tricky thing to navigate and no one has written the rules on codes of conduct. We're here to help you with best practices for sites Web-wide, and the includes the dos and don'ts when it comes to email.
To celebrate, we're looking pack at some of our favorite GIF moments, as well as some of our favorite types of GIFs. Never change, you image format you. Never change.
Facebook has released more details about government requests for user data in the United States, including requests by the NSA. The company touts the increased transparency as a win for users concerned about how the social network is disseminating their…
Facebook sent out invites to the press as it wants to unveil something "big" to the world on June 20. Our guess is that it's Facebook's hidden RSS reader.