In order to cope with the stresses of middle school life, teen girls are reviving MS Paint kitsch to find community—and de facto therapy—across the web.
A ‘yes’ can actively promote an event in your friends’ timelines. A ‘no’ can be an algorithmic death knell—and also ‘cruel and unusual’ levels of impolite.
The flaw that hackers used around the time someone targeted Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber has been fixed—but not in time to protect the privacy of thousands of Instagrammers.
Gossip, says an Oxford University evolutionary psychologist, provides vital physical and psychological benefits—and benefits society. But you have to do it right.
Apple has turned back the clock with its new music app, Connect, following in the path of MySpace in an attempt to ‘humanize’ the world of music online. But does it need humanizing?
Can we see your membership card? Lizzie Crocker reports on the perks of being a world-class jetsetter.
Video posted by bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the social network site VK.com shows someone speaking in Russian, making fun of various regional accents.