Instagram is spelling out the major changes to come, so you don't freak out.
Add your Wi-Fi signal to the list of things you can share with the world for a price.
Lodging platform Airbnb says it offers a big boost for New York's economy, in the midst of a tax revenue fight with the state Attorney General.
Your News Feed will soon see mobile video ads prompting you to watch a demo, then download new apps.
If you try to post a status update on Facebook this morning, it probably won't let you.
Facebook is lifting restrictions on teens' privacy settings, which is sure to anger parents.
Civic meets social on PublicStuff, a forum for complaining about your city where officials actually listen.
Spammers, rejoice! A new opt-in setting lets anyone send you a direct message on Twitter.
Facebook is making it easier for people to find you, so it’s about that time again: Check your privacy settings.
The microblogging platform is taking this second-screen thing seriously with a new Comcast partnership that encourages users to use Twitter as a channel changer.
Less than a year after redesigning Mail's site and apps, Yahoo is pushing a fresh new look to kill the competition.
Twitter now has official stats on social engagement with TV shows to convince big brands that the network is an important ad outlet.
Photos and videos from brands you don't follow will soon show up in your stream.