The second-generation Facebook Portal smart display is a big improvement over the original, privacy issues notwithstanding.
This new coronavirus scams promises Starbucks gift cards if you can get enough friends to open a link. Don't fall for it.
Cameo, the popular app that lets you pay celebrities to record short shout-out videos, is overrun with security flaws.
The Twitter app just got a new trick for threading tweets. Here's everything you need to figure out how to use it now.
The misspelled weblinks on former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's Twitter feed are being exploited by pranksters and crooks.
A simple flaw in Twitter's interface may have let overseas spies unmask the identity of anonymous Twitter users.
A group of teens in a Maryland high school have banded together to defeat Instagram metadata tracking by sharing account access with each other.
Apple's Live Photos aren't as widespread as GIFs, but Twitter's finally allowing you to turn the proprietary format into the more popular image file.
Facebook seems to be testing a Dark Mode for its Android app, judging by reports from Android users.
Older versions of the TikTok app on both Android and iOS can be hacked by malicious text messages and websites.
Twitter said older versions of its Android app had a serious security flaw that could let miscreants read private messages or even post tweets from your account.
Are you wondering how to save Twitter videos? Whether you’re on a computer or smartphone, here’s how to download videos from Twitter.
Two former Twitter staffers have been charged with spying on Twitter users on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
Twitter's Tailored Audiences and Partner Audiences advertising systems mistakenly used phone numbers provided for security purposes to sell ads instead.
Portal TV brings Facebook's video chatting product to television sets, while the social network comes out with additional Portal models.
Eight states are investigating Facebook, and a similar probe will soon be launched into Google. Here's what you need to know.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared to have his Twitter account hacked Friday — but it really may not have been hacked at all.
The U.S. attorney general and FBI director want tech companies to provide encryption backdoors. But security experts don't think that's realistic.
The Federal Trade Commission is making Facebook pay a $5 billion fine for privacy violations, but Facebook has some changes to make too.
The FTC voted to punish Facebook over its handling of user data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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