We cover social networks, big and small. Learn surprising uses for social media, the privacy risks of sharing, and generally stay in the loop of what’s buzzing on the social media world.
Tinder has announced Tinder Gold, which is designed purely to help you score a date for the night by letting you see who has swiped right on you before you swipe right on them.
Third-party Twitter clients give you great interfaces — but they also lose access to some features. Here are four you may not want to give up.
Snapchat has a ton of features that you probably don’t know about. These are great for beginners and experts alike!
Social networking isn’t for everyone, but it’s now such a massive part of all our lives, whether we embrace or reject the notion, that it can no longer be ignored. But are social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ a force for good or evil? As with most questions there are multiple angles to approach this quandary from.
Have we taken the “social” out of social media? If you feel like you don’t have strong connections with people online, here’s what you should do.
Spotify now allows you to create collaborative playlists directly in the Facebook Messenger app.
You can already do so much with Facebook Messenger. And now, thanks to a new update, Facebook Messenger has some new tricks up its sleeve.
Getting the perfect Instagram profile doesn’t just require a good eye for photography — it also requires using the right apps. These will help you become an Instagram master.
Want to send messages from both your phone and your computer? Grab one of these options to continue the conversation wherever you go!
Snapchat’s latest feature can be a bit of a security and privacy nightmare. Here’s what you need to know and how to protect yourself.
Did you forget your password and can no longer log in? Or was your account hacked? Here’s how you can recover your Facebook account.
Tumblr has launched a new Safe Mode designed to let sensitive souls browse the site without seeing anything likely to offend them.
Musical.ly is a popular social network among kids aged 13 to 18. But is it safe? Should you worry if your kids are using it?
You’ve been able to send direct messages on Instagram for a while now, but did you know that there are four different ways you can do it?
Twitter’s echo chamber is stifling discussion. If you want to get people talking, you can create your own social network with Mastodon. All you need is a web domain and server to get started…
Did you know you can actually find out the exact time your WhatsApp message has been read?
Many people believe that social media causes depression. But does it? They’re certainly linked — but not in the way that you probably think. Here’s the truth.
Facebook is finally allowing everyone to use GIFs in comments. So expect Facebook to become a mess of MySpace proportions in a very short space of time. Joy!
Facebook has become one of the world’s largest companies. It generates insane revenues, and holds a significant amount of data on anyone that has signed up. But where does all that money come from?
Creating polls to quiz your friends on social media is easy and fun. We’ll show you the best services for collecting answers from your social networks.
Microsoft has launched a new version of Skype which has been redesigned from the ground up. Skype’s makeover borrows elements from Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger.
Whether posting a photo of a meal at a restaurant or a funny-looking cat that’s moved into your neighborhood, you can now tell people exactly where you were at the time.
Twitter now lets you filter direct messages from strangers into a separate inbox. Which means you can open up your DMs to everyone without running the risk of getting overwhelmed with abuse.
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Language is always evolving, and so are the symbols and smileys we increasingly use to imply tone and body language.