Friday is being called the ‘Day of Unplugging’ in which we’re supposed to disconnect from devices and reconnect with people.
Various restaurant review websites offer customers to vent their frustration or sing praise for the world to see over recently-visited eateries.
There’s a new list of dangerous passwords that you should review: if you’re using any of them, it’s definitely time to change!
There I was on Christmas minding my own business when I received a holiday email from a social media network that wasn’t welcome.
Social media can provide a great glimpse into users lives to build connections, but posting too much information could put security at risk.
Social media giant Twitter announced it is ‘making progress’ in the perpetual fight against growing amounts of online abuse from three separate angles.
It’s always sad when you learn of a friend’s passing on social media, but thanks to a Facebook death glitch, some reports were a bit premature.
A new study suggests a surprising fact about Facebook users: chances are they’ll be around longer than those who avoid the social net like the plague.
If you’ve just been waiting with bated breath for the day you could sneak past the 140-character limit on Twitter, Monday will be your day.
Facebook reversed a decision this week on its nudity policy with respect to a single photo after the social media giant received complaints of censorship.
When Apple releases its latest iOS, one of the changes is the software will suggest emojis that may apply as you type your messages.
I have new respect this week for people who choose to attempt to express important points on Facebook.