So you've just joined the wonderful world of Reddit and want to explore it. With so many subreddits, however, navigating the "front page of the internet" can be daunting. Here are some of the best subreddits to get you started.
The food you eat (and how you store it) says a lot about you. A new subreddit called Fridge Detectives guesses who you are, what you do, and even where you live based on the contents of your refrigerator.
Reddit reports that an attacker broke into a few systems on the company’s network and stole user data. The theft consisted of a 2007 database backup containing salted hashed passwords along with “some” current email addresses.
So, what is Reddit exactly? Here, we breakdown the terminology, perks, and various inner workings of everyone's favorite social platform. Understanding the self-proclaimed "front page of the internet" has never been so easy.
Reddit is slowly rolling out real-time chat rooms across a limited number of subreddits. Currently in beta, Reddit Chat went live in 2017 for a small group of around 7,000 users. Reddit is now expanding this service.
Brace yourselves, Redditors -- video ads are coming to the platform beginning next week. The ads will autoplay in the feed thanks to the new card view and will be hosted on Reddit's native video platform launched last year.
Reddit is now more popular than Facebook. The latest rankings show that Reddit only trails Google and YouTube as the most popular internet destination, with Facebook falling to fourth place and Amazon rounding out the top five.
What do you hear: Laurel or Yanny? In a debate that's growing to an iconic blue-gold dress scale, a robotic recording has the internet divided. So is it Laurel or Yanny, and why are people hearing different things from the same audio file?
The latest stable version of Google Chrome for desktop now supports the Oculus Rift headset via WebVR. Chrome automatically detects the headset, determines its capabilities, and renders web-based VR at a compatible framerate.
Can freedom of speech go too far? Reddit finds itself in hot water after its CEO defended the first amendment, noting that hate speech, such as racism and racial slur, does not violate the community's terms. While many of Reddit's tech…
After over a year of planning, the new Reddit is now available for a small percentage of users before a widespread rollout. The update includes an endless scroll, posts editor, and three different view options.
Preparing for censorship, Craigslist and Reddit buckle down as the controversial FOSTA bill heads to the White House for President Trump's signature. Based on the bill's wording, all unsuspecting websites will face legal woes.