Navigating Facebook privacy and security options can be tricky, but a new section on the social website makes them easier to understand.
Facebook's upcoming Live Audio feature will let broadcasters host radio-style, audio-only livestreams.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has developed a smart home system that might just be more sophisticated than Amazon's Echo and Google Home.
Snapchat just got more addictive with the addition of Groups, a messaging feature that allows users to share privately to multiple people.
A new scam delivers Chrome malware instead of celebrity sex videos and advertises a host of different starlets in a variety of languages.
Instagram is the latest social media app to add live video broadcasting, here's how to use it and how to be aware when others are live.
If someone attempts to send you an SVG image file via Facebook Messenger, you should ignore it, or you may download dangerous ransomware.
There's a nasty autodialing flaw in the iOS Twitter and LinkedIn apps that could let hackers make calls from your iPhone.
By posting photos of child abuse to social media, a number of witnesses have gotten police to take action, but do these pictures go too far?
Facebook Messenger's 'Secret Conversations' allow end-to-end encryption, but the feature is opt-in. Here's how to turn it on and use it.
Facebook is launching Messenger Lite for Android, a "slimmed down version" of its Messenger app in four countries to further its global reach.
Twitter's new tools for businesses allow you to easily find customer support accounts, as well as find out the best times to get in touch with them.
Scammers with PayPal look-alike accounts are preying on those expecting help, and then collecting logins from the victims.
Facebook is testing out a new feature where videos that autoplay will now start blasting sound as well rather than being muted by default.
Three-dimensional virtual-reality face reconstructions made from social-media photos can easily fool facial-recognition software.
Twitter's new quality filter aims to remove nasty tweets from your notifications bar. Here's how to use it.
Facebook is testing a new feature that might make its opening screen look a lot like Snapchat, selfie filters and all.
With the emergence of fake Instagram accounts, or "Finstagrams," teens are taking charge of social media by creating anonymous online personas.
Twitter is now allowing everyone to send in requests to be verified users. Here’s our guide to landing a profile with a little blue checkmark.
Facebook Messenger's new Secret Conversations feature, now available to a select few users, will get a full release in September.
While it might be tempting to throw a Trump tantrum or rant about Benghazi on Facebook and Twitter, it could prevent you from being hired — or even get you canned.
By retaining ties to a board member who's funding lawsuits against news sites, Facebook has shown that its supposed support for the free exchange of ideas is empty talk.
Facebook isn't the best venue for a political debate, so we've got a guide for cleaning election news and candidates out of your feed.
Those 32 million Twitter passwords were stolen from individual users, not Twitter itself. Here's how to make sure it doesn't happen to you.
Facebook Live video is beginning to embrace gaming, but it'll take more than just a massive user base to topple Twitch.
You know that story about how Facebook listens to your conversations? It's not true, and here's how the media failed in covering it.
LinkedIn promised to tell users if they were part of a massive data breach, but many users are finding out from third-party sites instead.
The new Facebook Live Map makes it easier to find Live Videos all around the world. Here's how to find a stream to tickle your fancy.