Twitter CEO Asks For Help In Measuring Its 'Health'Twitter says if you want to improve something you have to be able to measure it.
Social Networks Cracking Down On Hoaxes Following Florida High School ShootingIn the wake of the Parkland High School massacre, social networks continue to struggle with the spread of fake news and hoax content.
Alleged Bot Purge Sparks Outrage From Conservative Twitter UsersSome users are accusing Twitter of suspending thousands of suspected bot accounts.
Unilever Threatens To Pull Ads From Social SitesOne of the world's top advertisers has threatened to pull ads from online networking giants Facebook and Google over toxic content.
Most-Talked About Moments On Social Media From Super Bowl LIISuper Bowl LII chatter amongst football fans, analysts, athletes, and celebrities around the Eagles victory over the Patriots unfolded on Twitter.
From Podcast To Prime-Time: '2 Dope Queens' Is Headed To TV'2 Dope Queens' hosts Jessica Williams of 'The Daily Show' fame and Phoebe Robinson of MTV's 'Girl Code' and 'Broad City' are expanding their podcast into a prime-time special.
Police Blotter Helping Boost Chester County Department's Facebook PageTwice a week, Sergeant Nemic posts incident call logs -- commonly known as police blotter reports -- to Facebook.
Philadelphia Water Department Taking Complaints On Social MediaAmid a steady flow of broken water main requests, the Philadelphia Water Department is temporarily turning to social media to take costumer service requests.
Post-Apocalyptic-Themed Restaurant Infuses Virtual Reality Into Your Dining ExperienceMad Rex is the first Philly restaurant to infuse V-R technology into their concept.
Young Philadelphia Artists Honor Martin Luther KingIt's been a half-century since Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. Ahead of MLK Day, some young Philadelphia artists are helping to commemorate his life.
Facebook Wants Publishers To Stop Begging For 'Likes' And 'Shares'Facebook's goal is to make the content users see more "authentic."
'MeToo' Movement Named Time Magazine's Person Of The YearThe anti-harassment #MeToo movement has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year.
Social Media Has Major Influence On Shopping Behavior, Study FindsA Philadelphia-based tech company commissioned a new study that finds social media is changing the way consumers shop.
Facebook To Exclusively Stream 47 College Basketball GamesFacebook has partnered with Stadium, a sports live-streaming site, to stream 47 college basketball games through Facebook Watch.
Twitter Begins Removing Verification From Certain UsersTwitter suspended its verification process "due to confusion" over its policies following public outcry for the verification of white nationalist Jason Kessler.