KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at what to consider about the digital afterlife.
Drag queens were first. Now, Native Americans have joined the chorus of complaints about Facebook’s “real names” policy enforcement.
By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Let me start off by saying this is not evidenced-based, there is no study I am referring to – just my own experience seeing patients every […]
What Happens To Your Social Media Account After You Die? Facebook Rolls Out ‘Legacy Contact’ Feature
The feature is called “legacy contact” and appears in Facebook’s security settings menu.
The feature is called “legacy contact,” and it appears in Facebook’s security settings menu.
According to Science magazine, Facebook’s facial-recognition technology is now “as accurate as a human being at a few constrained facial recognition tasks.”
By Matt Rivers TOBYHANNA TWP., Pa., (CBS) – An alleged Facebook extortion plot – foiled. Police say a teenager is charged with tricking dozens of boys into sharing naked pictures of themselves. Police say it […]
Police say a 14-year-old Pennsylvania boy posed as a woman on Facebook to trick dozens of other boys into sending him nude photos and gift cards.
A new survey finds that for the first time Facebook use is declining among teens. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, a large number of kids ages 13 to 17 are dropping off the social media site.
The company says it is rolling out a new feature that uses your phone’s location services to provide more information about the places you visit.
On video, two plainclothes officers took down the suspect peacefully as he brandished a weapon in a Dunkin Donuts store.
In the face of new social media competitors such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, venerable Twitter is rolling out two new features.
Both websites became functional again shortly after 2am.
The research found that frequent internet and social media use does not raise stress levels for either sex. What’s more, women who use social media or email for picture sharing were actually less stressed than their tech-eschewing counterparts.