iMessage has some competition. Now, Android users can text from their computers as well.
The latest Spectacles offer neat upgrades from the first pair of camera-equipped glasses, but overall issues persist.
For four days in May, 14 million Facebook users' default sharing setting for posts was set to public due to a bug. Users are being notified.
Facebook confirmed that it gave Chinese mobile-phone makers access to user data so they could develop device-specific Facebook apps.
The NY Times said Facebook gave Apple, Microsoft and Samsung access to user accounts, but the real story is complicated and a bit dull.
Apple has been accused of bowing to Russian government pressure regarding the Telegram messaging app, but you shouldn't use the app anyway.
Instagram's added account muting, so you can take someone out of your feed without unfollowing them.
Facebook gave data on 87 million users to a consulting firm that worked for Trump's 2016 campaign. Here's an explainer of what happened.
Twitter said some user passwords were left 'unmasked' and that you should change yours, though we don't know how serious this really is.
While it works to shore up its privacy features, Facebook also plans to introduce new capabilities to its social network, including one aimed at helping you find your soulmate.
Snapchat lets you brag, or groan, about the temperature in your neck of the woods, but it moved the feature from one part of the app to another. Here's how to find it.
The psychology researcher at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica scandal said Facebook 'gave him the data' of thousands of users.
Instagram is rolling out a new tool that allows users to export all of their content off the social network.
Facebook's revamping its privacy tools and settings, here's what you need to know about the changes.
Social-media, ad platforms profit from fake news and online disinformation, and aren't doing enough to combat it, an expert said.
Google's big plan to compete with Apple's iMessage on Android is Chat, a technology coming to Android Messages this year.
The instant mass communications of social media will erase national boundaries and create new divisions, two experts say.
It takes less than an hour online to gather enough public information to steal a person's identity. Here's what not to do online.
Mark Zuckerberg faced a series of questions from Congress, but many showed an ignorance about technology. Here's what they should have said.
Several congressmen told Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that his industry would soon be regulated because it could no longer be trusted.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by U.S. senators about Cambridge Analytica, Russian election interference and political censorship.
About 87 million people will learn that Cambridge Analytica got their Facebook account data. Here's what to do if you're one of them.
Mark Zuckerberg almost takes full responsibility for Facebook's recent privacy issues in his prepared congressional testimony.
On June 19, Twitter is poised to replace its "streaming services," removing key features from third-party Twitter apps.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg, other execs can recall Facebook Messenger messages. Facebook now says it will extend the 'unsend' feature to everyone.
Facebook admits it's scanning, and even reading, instant messages that may contain malicious or objectionable content. That's a good thing.
New report details how Facebook keeps copies of videos users recorded but didn't publish to the social network.