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Fake news is harder to identify and more damaging than spam. While the industry works to respond to this issue, here are some measures you can take to help curb the spread of fake news.
But now that I’m a parent, the question arises: is it okay to post pictures of my own kid on the internet? Here’s a look at the debate and my opinion on it.
Twitter and Facebook are places where, if you’re not extremely careful, you’ll easily find spoilers for your favorite TV shows, movies, and live sports.
Twitter is something many of us have grown addicted to. However, no matter how many followers you have or as good at it as you think you are, it never hurts to learn some new tricks.
Late Night’s Jimmy Fallon recently talked Instagram’s video recording feature. He makes fun of people not used recording 15 seconds compared to Vine’s 6.
While social networking offers a wonderful way to communicate with others, there’s also a dark side — cyberbullying. Facebook is taking steps to help users prevent the problem.
Apple is quietly giving the iTunes social music service Ping the axe. Users have until the end of this month to pack up and ship out before the service goes offline for good.
Pinterest has been growing like a wildfire, though up till now it was only a website. Now Android and iOS users can join the fun properly with official apps for both platforms.
Are you a fan of Pinterest’s snazzy scrolling grid format display? Now you can bring a similar look and experience to your Facebook wall with an integrated app called Pinview.
StumbleUpon is a great services for finding groovy stuff on the internet but for reasons I can only guess at, they don’t publish a logout button. No worries, I found it!
Google is set to buy social media and messaging company Meebo, and its team will be joining Google Plus.
Have you changed your Twitter account recently? You might want to on news that over 50,000 Twitter accounts have recently been compromised.
By the time you die, you’ll have left 15,795 twits on Twitter, 415 Facebook messages for each year of your life, and anything you left on a cloud will become the property of the folks who run the cloud. They can do anything they want with it. Your ancestors may get a kick traveling back […]