On Monday, one in seven people on Earth used Facebook – 1 billion people, according to founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Anita Sarkeesian doesn’t give me the address of her San Francisco apartment over email.
Instagram built its community of 300 million users around a simple rule: every photo or video that they shared using its app would be square.
The murder of a TV reporter and her cameraman live on television was shocking.
As the fictional Sean Parker might put it: ‘A million people logging in to Facebook on a single day isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion people’.
Twitter shares have crashed below the price they originally sold for as investors grow increasingly concerned that the service won’t be be able to become a mainstream platform like Facebook.
The owner of cheating website AshleyMadison.com is investigating the validity of customer information leaked late on Tuesday, a month after the company's systems were hacked.
Tinder's chief executive Christopher Payne will step down from his role and Sean Rad - the co-founder of the dating-app - will take his place effective immediately, the company revealed late Wednesday U.S. time.
11 tweets the bank probably wished it hadn't received.
A hacker is requesting Bitcoins in exchange for details on up to 7 million hacked Dropbox accounts.
Mark Zuckerberg has a gargantuan social network.
Zero-character messaging app Yo has apologised for getting hacked – and has hired one of the hackers to improve its service.
Hackers gained entry to Facebook’s internal corporate network for several months, with access to hundreds of the social network’s employee usernames and passwords.
The last time it trended was April, but this Twitter hashtag is back with aplomb and features Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
Ever imagined what GTA V looks like on Commodore 64?
Twitter has begun to honour takedown requests from users complaining their jokes have been lifted wholesale and shared by others, passing them off as their own.
Half the aggressive tweets using the words slut and whore analysed by social thinktank Demos came from women and girls, research indicates.
The rumours are true: Twitter is going to stop counting photos and videos in its 140-character limit.
The luxury residence of Mark Zuckerberg is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses amid concerns of privacy on the part of the Facebook CEO.