Facebook deep-sixes a misleading privacy feature, but fails to backfill with a better one.
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.
Considering smartphone owners aged 18 to 24 send more than 2,000 texts a month, it’s no wonder the number of abbreviations and acronyms in common use has skyrocketed.
If Instagram let multiple people make movies together, it might come out looking like this new service.
The #instacurity campaign uses social media to urge social media addicts to kick the habit
The government hopes a crack in the Great Firewall will ease concerns of foreign investors
The Golden State becomes the first state to demand that children have an “eraser button” online.
TIME highlights 30 expert Pinterest curators for food, fashion, geek, design and wedding.
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.
The first serious tablet version of the check-in app is here.
Twitter mourns the loss of the first man on the moon all over again.