The woman’s lawyer says she hasn’t been able to serve the papers the good old fashioned way because the man has no fixed address or place of employment.
“Jersey Collective” is an Instagram account that showcases the beauty of New Jersey and the many talents of the people who live there.
Following yesterday’s indictment of Menendez on corruption charges, the New Jersey Democratic State Committee created a Twitter account and a hashtag: #IStandWithBob.
With Facebook’s latest video-sharing app, called “Riff,” users can add their own video onto the original.
Live streaming apps Meerkat and Twitter-owned Periscope are the most talked about apps right now on social media.
Facebook is once again taking something old-school and trying to make it easier.
Fans of Starbucks took to social media to express their delight at the announcement.
Corden’s seemingly never-ending list of social media accounts to follow him on is both a hilarious joke and a commentary on the digital age humans live in now
With “Layout,” Instagram users will be able to build collages using photos from their camera roll, which they can then share to Instagram, Facebook, or elsewhere.
US senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) was the first to formally announce his presidential run. And instead of a ballroom and podium, he opted for another platform: Twitter.
Authors Jonathan Morgan and Jim Berger analyzed a sample of 20,000 ISIS supporting Twitter accounts and found that even though ISIS has only been active under that name for less than 2 years, it has an extremely active and connected group on Twitter.
Today, at the SXSW Interactive Conference, in Austin, Tex., the cofounders of Yik Yak took the stage to defend the service against criticisms that it enabled cyberbullying.
A New Jersey man bound, gagged and repeatedly dunked his girlfriend in a tub full of water because he was angry over the woman’s use of social media, investigators said.
Kristopher Dohm reportedly asked to take the children to Nevada to see his sick father, but they never went to Nevada or came home.
The survey of Americans ages 18 to 34, sometimes called the millennial generation, found that two-thirds of respondents said they consume news online regularly, often on a social networking site.