An anti-bullying home video made by a Bedford teenager has gone viral, being viewed by nearly 500,000 people. The teen said that he made it after a “bad day at school.”
Polaroid is opening several retail shops where people can print out digital photos from their mobile devices — including those stored in apps like Facebook and Instagram.
The photos you upload to Instagram can be used for third-party advertising. Don’t like that? You’re not alone.
Instagram said that it has the perpetual right to sell user photographs without payment or notification, a dramatic policy shift that quickly sparked a public outcry.
Sandy may prove to be the first big weather event where so many people turned to social media to get a message across.
The Facebook IPO brings a new transparency and scrutiny Mark Zuckerberg hasn’t known before.
You’re on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – but what happens to all those profiles when you pass away? Do you keep them up or take them down – make it a memorial?
Facebook updated totals on Tuesday, reporting 901 million monthly active users, 300 million photos uploaded per day and 125 billion friendships.
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