The social media giant remains the most used social media site among teens ages 13 to 17, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
Do you have a teen that is practically attached to their smartphone? According to a new study from Pew Research Center, they’re not alone.
The ephemeral messaging app used by over 100 million smartphone users to send pictures and videos that self-destruct will now host news coverage.
In the face of new social media competitors such as WhatsApp and Snapchat, venerable Twitter is rolling out two new features.
Snapchat’s peer to peer money sharing feature, Snapcash, gives users a glimpse at the future of mobile payments. It was launched just in time for the holidays.
According to research released by digital marketing platform Offerpop, 67% of marketers plan to increase their social media budgets this holiday season.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
If you and your buddies invent the best new product, what’s the first thing you should do?
For $40 a month parents can find out exactly what their children are Snapchatting– through new software called mSpy.
Snapchat raised eyebrows last year when the instant messaging service spurned a $3 billion acquisition offer from Facebook (FB). That now looks like a sound business decision.
By Melony Roy Facebook announces ‘Anonymous Login’ The biggest news coming out of Facebook’s F8 conference was the company’s plans to offer “Anonymous Login.” CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced a new way for Facebook users to […]
The app is called Cyber Dust and it deletes text messages 30 seconds after they are read. It even sends an alert if the receiver of the message takes a screen shot.
Snapchat’s latest security “fix” was quickly broken by a hacker, leaving the social network scrambling for solutions… again.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the latest Facebook tests, Snapchat’s security issues, and where you can find the latest “Hunger Games” movie poster.
In a blog post, Snapchat says it plans to put out a more secure version of its application after hackers posted the usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million accounts online.