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?
Gender stereotypes appear to hold up, at least on Facebook.
The suspect was standing with a black bag over her shoulder that appeared empty and crushed down. Employees then observed the suspect quickly walking and exiting the store, with the same black bag that appeared to be packed full.
Social media site Twitter has launched a new alerts system that’s meant to give users reliable information in case of a major emergency.
Twitter has rolled out a new feature that will recommend other accounts for you to follow, based on certain details of your own and others’ Twitter usage.
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.
Social media site Foursquare has released a list of the top 10 burger places in the country based on check-ins, and a Philadelphia restaurant made the cut.
They have taken over the social networks with behind the scene pictures and videos of the events leading up to the pageant day.
So what’s next for Instagram? All signs point to advertising. But, we’ll have to wait and see.
“My son was mugged by eight to nine juveniles, a block away from his home,” Carol Lanni recalls.
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.
A new study shows that Facebook may help people feel connected, but it doesn’t make them any happier.