Don't-Miss Social Media Stories
The White House will give up its social media accounts to the next President in just a few months. Here's how it will happen.
Facebook's new Masks feature for iOS is timed around Halloween, but it's really a jab at Snapchat.
After Twitter failed to find a buyer, it's killing Vine and laying off 9 percent of its workforce.
A reader has his email to a friend misdirected to an non-existent Facebook address; why is it appearing?
Facebook wants to make it easy to get recommendations from your friends on where to eat and which shows to see.
Facebook uses your online activity to build an advertising profile about you. Here's how to look at (and edit) some of that information.
Facebook recently added the ability for iOS users to cast to an Apple TV or Chromecast, and Android support is coming soon.
Twitter's Moments tab may go away if the new Explore tab proves more useful.
Another popular Facebook feature gets its own standalone app.
Instagram debuted Stories two months ago, and it's already proved to be a popular feature with its 500 million users.
Facebook's new encrypted messaging feature, Secret Conversations, is now live for everyone on Android and iOS.
Facebook announced Marketplace on Monday. This new, mobile-only feature lets you buy and sell items on the social network.
Now you can have longer tweets because media attachments won't count towards the 140-character limit.
Twitter's new Apple TV, Fire TV, and Xbox One apps focus on live video—including free NFL games—in a bid to lure new users to the social network.
Unlike Twitter, Instagram is making it easier to curb abuse with comment moderation.