Patients who need organ donations are no longer content to sit on a waiting list, they’re sharing their stories.
Twitter has announced new hiring goals for improving diversity by 2016.
There is a way to protect yourself from seeing disturbing videos on social media.
Is it the end for Google+? The tech giant is decoupling more features from its social network.
More than 73,000 people used the hashtag #ILookLikeAnEngineer to post photos of themselves and promote diversity in technology.
Do you think your child would meet with someone they communicated with online? If the answer is no, you may want to think again.
Female engineers, coders, and other tech heavyweights have joined a Twitter campaign to break down stereotypes about what engineers should look like.
A new study is drawing a link between social media usage and mental health in teenagers.
With a little help from Tinder, millennials in Philadelphia for the Forbes Under 30 Summit will have a new way to get in touch with one another.
“#EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity.”
Rich discussed the difference between Democrats and Socialists, the death of HitchBOT and helping stranded motorists on the side of the road. He also spoke with La Salle University professor Bill Weaver about social media and Professor Eugene O’Donnell about routine traffic stops.
In hopes of connecting millennials and the Church, a Christian organization has sponsored a contest to recruit digital street team members to cover the upcoming Papal visit.
The primary argument against the proposed bill has been that consumers won’t use technology they don’t trust, and unnecessary surveillance would hurt the industry.
More than 1.5 billion people belong to Facebook, and about 700 million log on each day. If you’re one of them, you may not “like” recent news about the effects of social networking.
KYW Newsradio Social Media Editor Melony Roy reports on what’s trending around the region and the world.