Recently, Instagram added an amazing new security feature, Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), to its mobile apps. Let’s review both what 2FA is and why you should enable it today!
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This feature is a cool way to search for historical news events and global topics of conversation, but it can also haunt you for saying something stupid.
If you’re a user of Vine, head to the site to claim your vanity profile URL. The service is launching web profiles and you can reserve your address now.
The Facebook Shared Photo Albums feature is now available. It allows friends to share photos in one central album. Here’s how to create one and manage it.
Facebook friends don’t have evil intentions when they invite you to play games, or maybe they do? Either way, if you want to block them here’s how.
Just when you thought there couldn’t be more ways to access music online, Twitter recently rolled out Twitter Music. Here’s a look at getting started with it.
A few months ago, Twitter announced it would allow users to download an archive of their tweets. The feature has been rolling out to users over time. Here’s how to download and Use your archive.
There’s definitely no shortage of social networks available these days for a variety of objectives. This week, we want to know which one is your favorite.
Twitter debuted the Vine video app for iOS last week. It allows you to take short six second looping videos and post them to Twitter, Facebook, and the Vine website.
Do you have a contact on LinkedIn that send messages that clutter your feed with useless stuff? Removing them isn’t as simple as it is on other social networks. Here’s how it’s done.
The default Twitter email notifications are set to notify you of of a lot of activity, and can fill up your inbox quick. Here’s how to customize the emails you receive.
A large number of Facebook users are posting a message that, allegedly, protects the content they post. Well, it’s a hoax folks, and an old one at that.
Have you’ve grown tired of receiving 80 emails from Pinterest or tired of the service in general? Here’s how to disable your account.
Scope Beta on Android is a way to see all your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Foursquare and Tumblr feeds in one unified stream.