How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Instagram More Popular Than TwitterInstagram users share more than 80 million pictures every day. Among the last 100 million to join, more than half live in Europe and Asia.
TX Gov. Tweets 'Tebow To Cowboys' TheoryWas it the hand of God that injured Romo in the game against the Eagles? Or was it simply done by an earth-bound blitzing Eagles linebacker named Jordan Hicks?
14-Year-Old Irving Student Takes Social Media By StormAhmed Mohamed has captured everyone's attention, even the President's, with his homemade clock.
Top #Dumbface Tweets After Cowboys Beat Eli & NY GiantsYou know it's going to be a great day in DFW when the new yawk giants come to town and get beat by the Dallas Cowboys! What could make that day better? Seeing all the #dumbface tweets blasting Eli and the giants.
New Social Media Campaign Supports Police All Over N. Texas And U.S.Social media is rallying people to "back the blue" in the wake of recent violence against officers.
Mayor Rawlings To Host City’s First Twitter Budget Town HallThe goal is to reach residents through traditional and social media resources so he can answer their questions.
Late Late Show First; Will Broadcast From YouTubeA special episode of 'The Late Late Show' will air tonight from inside YouTube Space L.A., a 41,000-sq.-ft. facility equipped with green screens, cameras and sound gear – basically, a YouTuber's paradise.
Tom Brady Court Sketches Cause Online FlurryA courtroom artist whose sketches of Tom Brady at the first 'Deflategate' civil suit hearing in Manhattan led to a Twitter flurry said that it's her job to show what's going on.
Twitter Partnering With NFL To Tackle Audience ChallengeTwitter is huddling with the National Football League as it tackles the challenge of attracting a broader audience to its short messaging service.
Donald Trump And Mark Cuban 'Make Up' Via TwitterTwo twitter antagonists have apparently tweeted and made up.
Could Twitter Stop The Next Terror Attack?Social media giants including Twitter and Facebook are pushing back against Senate legislation that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity, according to industry and government officials.