Just when you thought you'd get away with secretly caressing your crush's photo with your mouse pointer, Facebook finds away to discover your hover habits.
If your incessant need to peruse and pin on Pinterest isn't enough, the site has released a new feature that will keep your project-crazy brain preoccupied.
Facebook's overpopulation problem is bumming the college crowd out. Blend hopes to relive the days when social networking was exclusively for the cool kids - but since the early days of Facebook, social media has gotten a whole lot more sophisticated, and…
New research has found that Facebook has a lot of romantic advice for you. The social network what's going on with you and your significant other, and if you want some insight on how things are going, details in here could reveal plenty ... maybe more than you…
If you're broke or on a diet, here's a mobile device that'll make you think you just had a plate of pork chops for dinner. And as a plus, you can assign scents to your email and Facebook notifications.
A riddle that's gone viral on Facebook has users changing their photos to one of a giraffe. Still confused? Read on.
Want to get something in return for your countless brunch pictures? Photopon might have the answer - you just have to be willing to wait out some early glitches.
Just when you thought finding more info about people who send you email got easier through LinkedIn Intro, security experts come out and call it unsafe.
Vine just released two new updates that give users far more flexibility. You can now edit individual clips as well as save videos to add to later. No filters yet, though.
Thanks to LinkedIn Intro, you can now get to know the people who email you in a professional capacity - if that's the sort of thing you want.
Wondering what Internet meme or trope to be for Halloween? Here's one fantastic option - and if history had gone just a little differently, you could go buy it. But alas, this costume will have to live on in our hearts.
If you're wondering why sports GIFs are so awesome, it's because of people like Tim Burke of sports site Deadspin. Find out how he makes them.
If you thought you were protecting your Facebook as much as possible, think again. A new app called FBStalker uses your friends list and Graph Search to find the most unfindable data.
If the thought of digital dating still gives you the heebie-jeebies, then something may be wrong with you, because it's swiftly becoming the norm. Looks like you can't make fun of your OKCupid obsessed friend anymore.