If a restaurant isn’t serving food porn, is it even worth going?
Twitter appears to be experiencing an outage. More than 60,000 people have reported issues in the U.S. and Europe.
Facebook lets advertisers see your politics, hometowns, ethnicity, marital status and more -- but most American users have no idea.
A coding flaw may have let third-party Facebook apps access 6.8 million users' private photos for 12 days in September.
Facebook has identified coordinated attempts on its social media platforms to influence the United States' midterm elections this November.
Snapchat's new feature will allow you to send pictures of items or barcodes and be redirected to Amazon results for those products.
Instagram's latest competitor has a sleek look, but wants to eventually charge you money and is having early growing pains.
Not even sure where to start when it comes to social media? We’re introducing on Tom’s Guide our advice installment ‘Ask an Expert’, hosted by your community staff.
WhatsApp users with iPhones can now have Siri read out their messages, hands-free. Here's how to set it up.
Despite not being sure how popular they really are, parent company Snap plans to keep manufacturing and selling its Spectacles.
Facebook may soon let employers post job listings, and users to apply for those jobs using information from their personal profiles.
A new YouTube feature automatically flags potentially inappropriate comments and holds them for your review.
Facebook's new chat tool could make the company an even stronger competitor to Google when Facebook for Work launches next month.
Appealing to younger users, Apple is developing a video-recording app similar to Snapchat that enables fast editing and sharing.
Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts were hijacked, possibly due to lazy password reuse. Here's how to avoid his mistake.
A Twitter bot from Microsoft can carry a conversation with you as it delivers a mocking portrait of today's hipsters.
If you're not in the stadium, Facebook will let you cheer, jeer and trash talk with 650 million fans.
Around 30 users said they were notified by Twitter that their accounts had been targets of possibly state-sponsored attacks.
One in four British young people who sent others nude photos said those photos were leaked without their consent, according to a new study.
Facebook's updated terms and policies increase its transparency, but don't represent any significant change in Facebook's behavior.
Just because you're all grown up, doesn't mean you have to give up having fun on Halloween. Let Google+'s filter treat you to some fun pics.
Short-URL generator Bitly hit by data breach, but damage spills over to Facebook, Twitter due to shared credentials.
Anonymous login for Facebook apps was one of three new privacy features Mark Zuckerberg announced at the Facebook Developers' Conference.
Social media is blowing up with bogus news videos about the missing Malaysian airliner, but most simply lead to survey scams.
Comedian Jack Vale pretends he’s psychic by telling strangers all he knows about them — culled from their online postings.
Facebook is removing the privacy setting that lets users stop total strangers from finding them, deeming it an 'old' and 'confusing' option.