Don't-Miss Social media Stories
Make sure you don't get hacked, never lose an image, always have a backup, and keep your online profiles in tip-top, non-embarrassing shape.
Scary words flew forth from Skype's social media accounts, but fear not: User accounts weren't compromised.
Facebook remains universal favorite, but LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram also are seeing growth.
Just because social media is having a major moment doesn't mean every social startup is a success.
The Microsoft-authored Facebook app now allows you to monitor specific pictures or posts.
An iOS update to America's favorite disappearing message app added a few new features.
Vine is opening up vanity URL registration, first for verified Twitter users then for the world, starting Dec. 20.
"Hatching Twitter" seemed destined for Hollywood, but the Twitter tale is being turned into a TV series instead of a movie.
As the year ends, our podcast panel looks forward to the tech of 2014 and imagines our 2003 selves reacting to 2013 tech. Plus Apple's new Mac Pro, Facebook's video ads, and where we'll be celebrating New Year's Eve.
SportStream filters social networks for the best in sports, and Facebook wants in.
Admit it. Zuck's take on social media evokes more crappiness than happiness. Here's exactly why Facebook makes you blue.
Scroll and you might miss it: a video ad in your News Feed.
Now you can donate to a cause you believe in instead of just changing your profile photo in solidarity.
If you're tweeting on the go, get ready to see more ads. Promoted Accounts are moving from desktop-only to smartphone-ready.
Twitter on Thursday faced a wave of backlash after it changed its blocking policies. The company quickly backtracked.