Facebook added a new feature called “Let’s Celebrate Pride,” which will automatically put a rainbow-striped tint over your profile picture.
When users scroll through their Twitter feeds and see a video, it will begin to automatically play, with the sound muted.
The Sixers and Bucks exchanged a few jabs on Twitter on Monday night.
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.
Rich explains why Mother’s Day flowers are bad for the environment, home-schooled students should be allowed to participate in school sports, and why Saturday Night Live’s Muhammed cartoon skit was not that courageous. He also talked with columnist Ruben Navarrette and comedian Greg Proops.
Have you ever secretly checked your partner’s social media accounts? According to a survey, you’re not alone.
Rich discusses a scholar suggesting parents stop reading to kids, actor Jeremy Renner calling Black Widow a slut, and ISIS taking credit for the shooting in Garland, Texas. He also spoke with Utah Senator Mike Lee, and Darpena Sheth from the Institute for Justice.
Periscope is the Twitter-owned live streaming tool that makes broadcasting easy.
Meerkat lets you instantly live stream what’s going on around you to your Twitter feed.
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.
HBO has confirmed it sent takedown notices to the live video streaming service Periscope after several accounts were seen streaming Sunday’s premiere of “Game of Thrones.”
Rich reviews the case of a man arrested for having sex with his wife, a 65 year-old woman in Germany that is pregnant with quadruplets, and a TSA screener in Denver fired for groping travelers. He talked with author Adam Goodheart, Steffon Josey-Davis, who is hoping for a pardon from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and Joel Mathis from Philadelphia Magazine.