Not seeing the number of likes on your Instagram? You're not alone.
In the age of social distancing, a pair of grandparents are using social media to break up the boredom of quarantine.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
The new layout will hit 17 stores this month.
Facebook, following in Google's footsteps, says it plans to invest $1 billion to "support the news industry" over the next three years.
The telecom industry asked a federal judge to keep blocking the law. On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge John A. Mendez denied their request, allowing California to begin enforcing the law.
Facebook announced Tuesday that it would lift a ban on Australians viewing and sharing news on its platform after it struck a deal with the government on proposed legislation that would make digital giants pay for journalism.
A 90-year-old California man took out two ads in the Wall Street Journal, which set him back over $10,000, to let AT&T’s CEO know about his abysmal internet service speed.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to avoid sharing their COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media.
The rush into silver futures Monday created confusion amid Wall Street chaos, with some retail traders on Reddit calling the surge in commodity prices a “false flag.”
Robinhood and other online trading platforms moved to restrict trading in GameStop and other stocks that have soared recently due to rabid buying by smaller investors.
Douglass Mackey, known on the internet as “Ricky Vaughn,” is accused of using Twitter and other social media in 2016 to try and trick Clinton supporters to vote via text message instead of by casting an actual ballot, federal prosecutors said.
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update to iOS 14.4 ASAP to fix security bugs that may have already been “actively exploited.”
Google announced this week it’s taking several major steps to help get vaccines to more people, including opening several of its own mass vaccination clinics.
Minneapolis is one step closer to banning police and other city departments from using facial recognition technology.
Twitch, a popular streaming platform, said it will disable President Donald Trump’s account “indefinitely” over an “ongoing risk of further incitement of violence.”
Parler resurfaced online with a status update Sunday evening from CEO John Matze to the alternative social media platform's "lovers and haters," noting that the company plans to welcome its users "'back soon."
GoFundMe joined a growing list of companies cracking down on extremist behavior and rhetoric and is removing numerous fundraisers intended to raise money for travel expenses to events with risk of violence.
The First Amendment may be misinterpreted by some for protecting their speech in all manners, but really, it protects individuals from government censorship.
Pro-Trump demonstrators were expected to gather at 8 a.m. outside the building on Market Street to protest the company permanently suspending President Trump's account. But an hour into it, basically media and police were the only ones there. One man with a sign that read, "Counter Trump's Coup," stood outside a police barricade.