Facebook is getting rid of a privacy feature that let users limit who can find them on the social network.
Twitter, the micro-blogging service, may be heading toward an initial public offering, if recent reports are true that the company is valued at $11 billion.
Games can be both a welcome and an annoying diversion on Facebook, the world’s most popular online social network.
A doctor talks about some of the latest medical headlines including the age of new HIV patients, concerns over breast cancer screenings, and stress caused by Facebook.
Romance novels teach that love may be lurking just around the corner. And these days, many singles are using cell phone apps to make sure that they don’t miss it.
Having won seven Tour de France titles is no longer part of Lance Armstrong’s Twitter profile.
A survey from Jobvite — a recruiting software company — claims that 92 percent of U.S. companies use social networks and media to find talent in 2012. That number is up from 78 percent just five years ago.
Social media can be a powerful tool, bringing groups of people from around the world together for a common goal. But the same support system can be used to bully, as well.
A student at Weatherford High School was pulled from class on Friday after allegedly posting threatening words on his or her personal and public Facebook page.
One closely watched stock, Facebook, fell again Tuesday to just over half its initial public offer price. After rising on Monday, the social network’s stock dipped 85 cents, closing at $19.16.
Social media has changed people’s lives, and now it’s about to change the way that people deal with death. High-tech memorials can help ensure that one’s legacy lives on, online.
Social media websites like Twitter have exploded in popularity. But your online footprint becomes part of your identity and — good or bad — it can follow you around forever.