For people looking to make a new friend but who don't want to go through the hassle of connecting, could a virtual human fill in the gap?
When I read about a musician who’s managed to lose almost three dozen pairs of AirPods, an obvious thought occurred to me.
When it experienced backlash over plans to scrap inactive Twitter accounts, the social media giant backstepped. But the complaints were valid.
You've probably seen the ‘10-Year Challenge’ going around Facebook and other social network sites. But some say it may not be harmless fun.
I was surprised to catch an article warning people about the use of public USB ports at airports and other public places.
'Sadfishing' is a relatively new term coined to describe a practice that's nearly as old as social media itself. Now, it has a name.
Instagram Messages are rapidly becoming an aggravation for a number of users because most of the time, they seem to be nothing more than spam.
You've probably already seen rumors about all of your private content being made public as of now. Stand down! It's just an Instagram hoax.
Rumors suggest that when Apple reveals its newest line of phones in September, the top model will carry the name iPhone Pro.
One disadvantage of social media is nearly anyone can say anything. That means fact-checking friends becomes a tricky exercise.
A damaged fiber optic cable somewhere in North Carolina made one thing clear: we’re a lot more Internet-dependent than we’d care to admit.
It's probably a bad sign, but I seem to be getting less surprised by the levels of social media rudeness I see on a daily basis.
When Apple recently announced its plan for an iTunes shutdown, many loyal Mac users were immediately worried. But it doesn't sound like there's reason to.
Do you know anyone you'd truly consider a thought leader? How about an influencer? Too many people want to brand themselves as such.