Can you be fired for ‘liking’ someone? As in, ‘liking’ them on Facebook?
If you don’t laugh, you’ll probably cry. If you don’t cry, you’ll likely lock yourself inside your house and not come out for a while.
“There was a problem updating your status. Please try again later,” was the error message that popped up whenever Facebook users attempted to update their status, post comments, send messages, or post photos.
Whether you’ve just started dating or have just broken up, social media can be your best friend or worst enemy.
What’s a person to do, now that any of Facebook’s one billion users can search for you by name?
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
Facebook is getting rid of a privacy feature that let users limit who can find them on the social network.
You can plan for rain or snow based on the forecast, but what about catching cold or flu? A website promises to predict where illnesses are spreading.
Gender stereotypes appear to hold up, at least on Facebook.
The goal of ads will be relevancy to a user’s search, and Pinterest will promote a few pins in search results and category feeds.
Twitter’s IPO sets the stage for the most highly anticipated technology stock market debut since Facebook’s last year, but what does all this mean for its users?
So what’s next for Instagram? All signs point to advertising. But, we’ll have to wait and see.
This is very important, because what it suggests is that people can be instructed, through social media, to take steps that could impact their own health.
Facebook has unveiled a new feature – Shared Albums – that allows multiple users to upload images to the same album on the social network.
Facebook is still keeping “Gifts,” but it’s just switching over to gift cards and digital codes instead of items such as flowers, stuffed animals, and cupcakes.