Facebook Messenger will soon let you send content from third-party apps, as well as chat directly with business for customer service.
Tribalry is a new social media network that lets you share information among a very specific group and earn rewards in the process.
Encrypted messaging app Wickr has launched a new photo-sharing feature, letting users create feeds of self-destructing photos.
Ello is a new invite-only, ad-free social network for hipsters and those fed up with Facebook's advertising policy. Here's how to get started.
People trying to hack others' Facebook accounts ended up being hacked themselves, thanks to a new scam.
Invisible.im is designed to be an anonymous, encrypted messaging platform for journalists and sources looking to communicate securely.
Facebook will show you ads based on your non-Facebook online activity -- and will no longer honor 'Do not track' requests.
Just because you like Twitter doesn't mean you don't have a right to privacy. Here's how to lock down the essential settings.
Stop sharing absolutely everything with the public. Lock down your Facebook account with these privacy and security settings.
Start sharing your deepest, darkest secrets with the world while maintaining your anonymity using Whisper. Here's how.
Find out how to use the latest version of Silent Circle's privacy-protecting secure-messaging app for iPhones and iPads.
Smartphones are treasure troves of personal data for identity thieves, yet few phone users know how to protect that information.
Tax time is Christmas for identity thieves, who use all sorts of tricks to separate you from your money. Here's how to beat them.
Use one username for all your online accounts? Here's how that puts you in danger, and how to fix it.
Target disclosed 70 million more people were hit by last fall's data breach, which initially affected 40 million credit and debit cards.
Kooboodle's MeFinder photo-hunting app features an impressively accurate face recognition engine and simple interface.
Think your Facebook friends list is private? A simple workaround puts that personal data right out in the open.
Why are seniors such a susceptible target for identity thieves, and how can they learn the difference between a scam and the real deal?