The Internet has heard our prayers and answered them: GIFs are now available on Twitter, via Giphy, the same team that brought them to Facebook. No, posting and sharing any GIF still won't work, but this is still a vast improvement on your GIF-less feed.
Wondering where you could post and look at selfies? No? Of course you weren't, because the world is already overflowing with the stuff. But the Bieber-backed Shots of Me is still tossing its head in the way-too-full ring.
Twitter has just released a new custom timeline feature, allowing you to pull in tweets by topic, event, or interest. Here's everything you need to know about making them – the good, the great, the bad, and the annoying.
Twitter is slowly rolling out a new feature that allows users to create hand-picked, customized timelines. The tool will be used to complement live events and viral conversations, and it will be brought to users via TweetDeck.
The Adobe security breach has affected Facebook users relying on the same login information. Let this be yet another lesson to us in the creating and caretaking passwords.
A report last week from Russia but the kibosh on social media at the upcoming Olympic Games, but any fears are ill-founded as tweeting, Instagramming, and whatever else will be allowed.
Twitter is now officially crazy rich, and this app can tell you how much the site has made off your tweets. You can expect to be paid back in spam bot follows.
Heard enough about the Twitter IPO? Well, nothing can stop the onslaught of the media hanging out to and extorting this story, but at least there's a drinking game.
It doesn't get much more meta than this: YouTube wants to clean up its comment section, and these were some of the comments it got in return. They are exactly what you'd expect them to be.
That's right - the button that has become a part of Facebook's core is getting a much deserved, long-awaited makeover.
This tiny update lets you immediately give a message thread with more than one other person its own name. You get ready to start quietly trolling your friends with this feature.
Instagram has become an unwilling marketplace, and now a politician says it needs to close down illegal gun sales.