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.
Parents may be confused by Reddit's dense layout, but once you know how it works, things become clear. Our guide to Reddit explains up-votes, subreddits, AMAs and more.
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.
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.
The same hacker who sold off 165 million LinkedIn credentials last week now says he's got 360 million stolen MySpace accounts.
Google's new messaging app guesses your replies, can make dinner reservations for you and will even play games with you.
About 117 million LinkedIn user credentials stolen in 2012 have surfaced online, and millions of people will have to change their passwords.
New apps for PCs and Macs give users a new way to access WhatsApp on the desktop, but is the experience that much better than WhatsApp Web?
Learn how to tell YouTube about videos that spew hatred and abuse for a worry-free video experience.
Users can keep Tumblr a safe blogging and sharing platform by reporting bullying and harassment in just a few clicks.
Learn how to avoid the worst of Reddit so that you can stay focused on its community and interesting discussions.
Just because a bullying message disappears that doesn't mean that it doesn't hurt. Learn how to report abuse and harassment on Snapchat.
Text conversations can now be public entertainment with this iOS app, but you might want to wait until there's more people talking.
Facebook wants more companies adding chatbots to its Messenger app. We took one of the first bots — one that lets you place orders through 1-800-Flowers — out for a test drive.
Superman is Huawei's latest spokesperson, a new Domino's app lets you be extra lazy and a hacker built the best Game Boy ever. Here's what's trending.
Now that you can show your Periscope broadcasts to your Twitter followers, it's high time you learned how to use the streaming service.
LifeLock claims that 'detection alone simply isn't enough,' but it must pay $100 million for deceptive ads and not protecting consumer data.
Account data of 4 million parents and 200,000 kids was stolen from child-tech maker VTech. Here's what to do if you have a VTech account.
You may not want to be reminded daily of the person you were a year ago today. Here's how to stop Facebook's On This Day feature from bumming you out.
Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield disclosed that it had been hit by a malicious data breach that affected about 10 million customers.
Here's how to stop Vines, GIFs and other videos from automatically playing in your Twitter feed, whether in a browser or in the mobile app.
The popular messaging app has now granted iOS users access to its web client, bringing it closer to feature parity with competitors.
Both Meerkat and Periscope let you stream live video from your phone to the entire world. Which app is better for your next live stream?
Meerkat has become a streaming sensation since its February 2015 launch. Here's a quick guide to what you can expect when you try this live streaming app.