If you're tired of the same old Instagram filters, here are some fun apps to inject something new into your pictures.
Your Facebook profile is full of violations, and this app by Amnesty International can tell you which ones warrant the harshest punishment.
Unicef says "Likes don't save lives," ribbing social media "slacktivists" whose social consciences only extend as far as their mousepad. But are they guilting the wrong people with this campaign?
Facebook rolled out a new update to its iOS app that provides users the option to re-share or save photos, along side with new group messaging support.
Everybody lusts for Twitter's magic blue Verified badge. Except when they don't – and lately, that seems to be a lot of people. What happened to the once-coveted crown to make it lose its appeal?
With Google I/O taking place today, the company announced 41 brand new features to Google+.
The Webby Awards, in conjunction with Buzzfeed, announced the nominees of this year's "Meme of the Year."
Prostitution may be legal in many parts of the world, but LinkedIn's user policy has been modified to ban individuals in the industry from using the site.
It would be a real slap in the face if the celebrities that people commonly diss on Twitter actually read the offending tweets. The question is, do they? As the installments have continued, eyebrows are being raised as to the authenticity of the mean tweets.
Yet another Craigslist ad looking for fake Yelp review writers has been found - but when you dig even a tiny bit deeper, you can find steals on fake reviews all across the Web.
After we found out that Snapchats aren't as expiration-friendly as we originally thought they were, the app is responding. Turns out ... yes, you can get Snapchats back if you're willing to pay, and the team is willing to admit.
Social Roulette is a risky game with a 1-in-6 chance of having your Facebook account deleted, but Facebook has cut off the app's access to Facebook's API. But worry not: The team is trying to bring a workaround back so you, too, can get the final push you need…
Khao Phan, a growing Vine "star," is part of the Peanuts gang after being hired to create 12 Vines for Peanuts Worldwide. It's the first official partnership Vine has inked since launching a mere 100 days ago.
Following the successful "Lizzie Bennet Diaries," that webseries' creators are at it again with a new series based on a Jane Austen creation - But this time, viewers will be invited to do what Austen couldn't: Finish the story.
Weev has reportedly been thrown into solitary confinement for tweeting about his time behind bars, despite not having Internet access, through a friend.