The White House says every tweet to or from the president’s account is archived permanently for possible future review.
President Obama has finally gotten his own Twitter account.
The blogging platform “Tumblr” has launched a new campaign to promote positivity and support in online communities.
Lulu is the private network for women to share reviews of the men in their phone’s contact list.
Do you know all of your teens Facebook friends? Chances are, neither does your teen.
A Baltimore mom caught on camera smacking her son when she found him participating in rioting is now facing some backlash on social media.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature that will allow video chatting on its Messenger app.
The social networking site has added a message at the top of its news feed urging its members to donate funds to help the hundreds of thousands of people affected by Nepal’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
Facebook is offering its “Safety Check” feature. Google, which lost a senior employee in an avalanche as a result of the earthquake, has activated its “Person Finder” tool.
NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly sent a memo to team presidents and credentialed media reiterating the league’s policy on streaming footage.
Twitter has announced that all 288 million monthly active users will now have the option to receive direct messages for any user.
“Tebow mania” is once again all over social media, after news that the quarterback is headed to Philadelphia.
Victoria Harris created “@AwarenessCone” three weeks ago after she noticed more and more orange safety cones popping up around the city.
Clinton announced her plans to run for the presidency on several social media sites. A local political consultant says a social media strategy is both critically important and totally irrelevant at the same time.
All six of the democratic candidates are on Twitter but some are more active than others.