Support for all Android tablets is coming later this year.
TIME’s writers and editors pick their favorite sites of the year
If you don’t want your posts appearing when a complete stranger performs a Facebook graph search, you’ll want to set your profile and status updates to private.
Ghosts need love. Just because they’re dead doesn’t mean they’re dead on the inside, too.
I have no idea why it took Facebook so long to implement editing, but I’m glad they did.
The Golden State becomes the first state to demand that children have an “eraser button” online.
Here are five unusual ways to use Twitter that you might not have considered.
There are plenty of new site features you can take advantage of in your quest to advance your career.
Careful who you associate with online: Companies are starting to look at your social media history as part of the decision to offer you a loan.
Users will be able to invite up to 50 “contributors” on a shared album, each of whom can upload an additional 200 photos.
Two MIT students were having trouble finishing their dissertations because of Facebook. Time for some high-tech weaning.
What be troublin’ ye?