Thu May 23, 2013 | By Kat Ascharya
When a relationship comes to an end, how do you cut ties on Facebook?
Wed May 15, 2013 | By Cam Lincoln
It's hard to be a kid. It's harder to deal with the instant money and dire consequences of Internet fame.
Tue Apr 23, 2013 | By Kat Ascharya
Your social media account is worth money -- and companies are fighting to keep it.
Wed Apr 10, 2013 | By Margaret Rock
How to stay sane when you're surrounded by insane friends.
Tue Feb 12, 2013 | By Margaret Rock
Instagram is dying, and you can thank Zuck.
Tue Jan 01, 2013 | By Margaret Rock
From Barack to baseball, here's what people are talking about.
Wed Nov 28, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
Do you have a lot of online friends? You're not alone, as the Internet and social media replaces the bowling league and other organizations as the place to maintain social ties.
Tue Nov 06, 2012 | By Cam Lincoln
Television networks have a long-standing Election Day policy: no winners until 11 p.m. But that was before Twitter and Facebook. The days are long past when we wait for Tom Brokaw to deliver the results. Homes have computers, and the growth of Twitter and Facebook means you can get information in real-time. For example, millions followed the presidential debates with Twitter, turning catchphrases like Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" or President Barack Obama's "bayonets and horses" into household slang. But the immediacy of social networks means confusion over who really won, and it creates difficulties for networks that don't want to sacrifice accuracy for speed.
Thu Oct 25, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
In these last few weeks leading up to the election, the nastiest debates aren't between the candidates, but instead between people who call themselves "friends" on Facebook and Twitter.
Mon Oct 08, 2012 | By Margaret Rock
Facebook photos, Instagram feeds, iTunes music and movies, Flickr albums, Gmail messages: how will you pass on your digital assets to your heirs? And can they even inherit them in the first place?
Wed Oct 03, 2012 | By Margaret Rock
As the presidential election approaches in November, many are wondering how social media will impact voter registration and the final outcome.
Thu Sep 06, 2012 | By Margaret Rock
You share a lot on Facebook and Twitter, and these bits of information are helping police create fingerprints to solve crimes.
Tue Aug 21, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) investors, watching the social network's stock plummet, are increasingly asking if Mark Zuckerberg is man enough to run a multi-billion dollar social network.
Tue Aug 14, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
Parents of pre-teens and adolescents have a lot to worry about, but a new study says cyber-bullying isn't nearly as rampant as many believe.
Thu Aug 02, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) this week unveiled even more goodies, including apps and targeted pages in hopes of restoring its fortunes, but its stock is continuing to tumble as a massive stock sale looms later this month.
Wed Jul 25, 2012 | By Margaret Rock
A Facebook insider gives a tell-all peek behind the social powerhouse's curtains -- complete with brogrammers, Vegas parties and a sense of just how much data is actually being compiled by the network.
Wed Jul 25, 2012 | By Sandy Fitzgerald
Blow off your high school reunion? You're not the only one. And you can blame Facebook for the death of a once nostalgic event.
Tue Jul 03, 2012 | By Kate Knibbs
Social media is changing comedy, giving both fledgling and established comics instantaneous, wide exposure while pressuring them to take part in a distracting and potentially career-damaging set of online behaviors.
Fri May 25, 2012 | By Margaret Rock
Technology is improving Siri, powering driverless cars, improving cancer treatment and even being called Big Brother. But "big data" is what makes it possible, and why it's so important.
Fri May 18, 2012 | By Kate Knibbs
Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia are notoriously difficult to treat, with technology's speed and reach both complicating treatment and offering solutions.