If you're a bit wary about Google using your profile as an online ad, these are the four easy steps that can save you from unwanted attention and unwitting recommendations.
Selfies – as you all know – is like, an acceptable online artform now, and you know that it’s a legitimate trend when there’s a movement against it. Just face it – if you spend enough time on any social network, you will eventually run into a photo…
The shutdown didn't only close the gates on national parks - we also lost our beloved panda cam. Now it - and other social accounts, like NASA's Instagram profile and the White House Tumblr - are back in action.
A new study says Facebook comments are more civil than newspaper sites, but things are always so black and white when it comes to comment sections. The report raises issues about anonymity, online identity, and that old Internet favorite, free speech.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but for Yahoo Mail users who prefer the old version of their email over Gmail, it's unacceptable.
As if there weren't enough things disproving the idea of disappearing content, here's one more. SnapHack is an app that will make you regret ever sending that NSFW pic or video on Snapchat.
If the effects of the government shutdown are starting to mess with your head, here are five simple ways to contact your representative. The Internet won't let you go unheard, friend.
Those of you who already have your Facebook security and privacy settings locked down need not worry about this old security setting about to be removed. Everyone else, it's time to update.
Who needs to follow Instagram accounts when all the popular photos are posted in one account? Seriously, delete your most obnoxious Instagram friends and replace them with this - because it's funnier and dead on.
Do you and your friends love Instagram? Here are a few things you may want that will remind you of the photo-sharing app's awesomeness.
Want to show your non-Facebook friends some photos from the social network? Here's how you do it, courtesy of a new widget.
Is being a writer who enjoys the use of adult language the same as working in the adult entertainment industry? Apparently, according to Facebook, yes.
This new app scours social networks to find all the infected users out there - and tell you where they are, so you don't have to be.