Three-dimensional virtual-reality face reconstructions made from social-media photos can easily fool facial-recognition software.
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.
Dataminr provides real-time updates and alerts for world events, and Twitter has stopped agencies such as the CIA from accessing the service.
Learn how to avoid the worst of Reddit so that you can stay focused on its community and interesting discussions.
Tech companies are building more witty bots like Siri and Cortana, but these anthropomorphic programs waste our time and give us a false sense of our own importance.
The pocket-sized Mevo camera is the first live-streamer to get Facebook's approval, and its tap-to-cut interface lets you edit as you stream.
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.
A new Facebook Messenger update makes it even easier to share photos, video and other files from Dropbox. Here's how to do it.
We go hands-on with Facebook's Live Video to see how it stacks up against Twitter's Periscope service.
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.
Facebook's long-awaited personal assistant uses a mix of artificial intelligence and human trainers to help you get things done.
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.
It's always a good time to make sure you've secured your Facebook account, so here's how to use the social network's Security Checkup.
With a new update, Google Maps on iOS allows you to share a location with your friends with a wide variety of apps. Here's how to share with Facebook and its Messenger app.
Here's our step-by-step guide on how to use Facebook's new uploader to add Snapchat style stickers and text to your pics.
By default, the Facebook app launches all sites in its own slow, annoying browser. In just a couple of simple steps, you can force it to open links in your regular web browser.