From planking to VSCO girls.
The best video-chatting device that nobody uses is now a little more palatable for the Facebook-averse.
Some of these things may change your life. Or not.
Twitter made a swift change to its plans to purge inactive accounts after people pointed out it this meant deleting the accounts of dead loved ones.
Good night, sweet magenta prince.
"Judge Dinkins reminded me of how proud he was of me and that he knew I would do great things, even with a baby in tow."
Her response: “A queen is never late.”
These (technical) baby boomers are OK with us.
The company is also being sued for claiming a pill could prevent CTE — which it hired former NFL players to endorse.
The new device turns your TV into a fun videochatting device, but Facebook’s reputation makes it unlikely you’ll want to own it.
“Black salve” burns through human skin, but Facebook says that groups dedicated to the sham medicine don't violate its community guidelines.
Gabb is the only smartphone with no browser, no apps, no email. Is this heaven, or is it made for 11-year-olds?
The popular kids entertainer, previously involved in a poop video scandal, is launching a live show tour using an impersonator.
No longer can you cringe while seeing your friends' or coworkers' thirsty late-night likes.
The new standalone app allows you to send photos to your close friends list.
Muddled communications from Facebook and a barrage of constant updates make low-paid outsourced moderators’ jobs impossible.
In an interview with the New York Times about his upcoming memoir, Over The Top, he said that he is healthy and a proud “member of the beautiful HIV-positive community.”
“The umbrella has turned our office into an unmanned panic room.”
WARNING: Do not look at this if you get squicked out by images of small holes.
User data from people who ordered pods from its website is being passed to a political PR agency to help fight state regulations.