Don't-Miss Social Media Stories
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and even LinkedIn let you express your personality with a cover image as well as your profile pic. Lesa Snider explains how to make yours great.
But the tool requires you to store payment information with Twitter.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs give thanks for Apple's philanthropy, helpful user comments, and a whole lot of great apps.
Chris Breen has been in the commenting game forever and, despite it all, believes they're worthwhile.
The network is being up-front about what data it’s collecting about you and why (because ads).
Twitter outlined new features and how it plans to draw in the 500 million people who use the network without signing in.
The new iOS app lets you create eight-second clips designed for large displays.
It’s no surprise that half a billion people use Facebook Messenger after the social network cut off in-app chat access.
New settings let you weed out friends you don't want to hear from without cutting them off completely.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answered your burning questions in a crowdsourced Q&A.
By telling you that your friends voted, the social network might push you to the polls.
Instagram already has traditional photo ads. Now companies are paying to show videos in your feed.
The inspirational fashion app is targeting bloggers by turning itself into an unconventional publishing platform.
Twitter has become a publishing and advertising platform. Now what?
Twitter’s new tools for developers are leading to some fun new features you wouldn’t expect.