Instagram's latest competitor has a sleek look, but wants to eventually charge you money and is having early growing pains.
We put the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive head-to-head, and the Rift provided the best overall VR experience.
After beta-testing the feature for months, Reddit has finally rolled out two-factor authentication (2FA) for all users.
Instagram now shows your friends how recently you've used the app. Here's how to disable this new feature.
We played through some of the 70-plus Facebook Messenger games, including the new version of Tetris and a Porg-filled Last Jedi game, to find out which ones will bring you and your friends closer together.
Twitter account hijackers are taking over accounts with the tease of a goofy video about a baby and a dog.
Facebook Live just made it even easier to broadcast video games to your friends. Here's how to do it.
The music and podcast site SoundCloud may be in trouble, but here's how you can still hang on to your tracks.
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.
If you have an old phone number linked to your Facebook account, anyone who comes into possession of that number can log into your account.
Learning how to set a Facebook photo's privacy settings can mean the difference between protecting your identity and exposing yourself.
Having your Facebook account hijacked can be terrifying. But don't panic; here's what you need to do.
The command-and-control server for a new piece of Russian malware is hidden in plain sight: right on Britney Spears' Instagram page.
Facebook reportedly signed deals with major online media companies that will produce original TV-like programming for its site.
WhatsApp users with iPhones can now have Siri read out their messages, hands-free. Here's how to set it up.
The LinkedIn app for iOS wants to use Bluetooth to connect to nearby devices, presumably so you can get strangers' details. Don't let it.
Facebook's annual F8 global developers conference connecting developers with businesses could have a major impact on how users experience the social network.
Facebook's new Group Payments feature lets you split bills among multiple friends through its Messenger app.
Phishers mimic real banks on Twitter, luring customers to fake login pages that steal passwords and hijack accounts.
Apple's Snapchat competitor Clips is out, and its Live Titles feature allows you to animate the things you say onto your video clips.
Twitter's new Twitter Lite and Data Saver modes aim to make the service better for those with limits on their mobile internet.
Facebook Stories, the company's latest Snapchat clone, is baked into its main app. Here's how to use it and find the new Facebook Camera.
Instagram's finally offering two-factor authentication to all its users; activate it now to secure your account.
Messenger Day is a Snapchat clone that you can find inside Facebook Messenger, but it feels incomplete without a popular feature.
Facebook plans to start blasting sound with its auto-playing video. Here's how you can turn off that feature.
Despite not being sure how popular they really are, parent company Snap plans to keep manufacturing and selling its Spectacles.
Facebook now supports logins using USB security keys rather than texted or emailed codes as a second factor of authentication.