About one sixth of the world is on Facebook, and you're looking at them. All of them.
After years of short messages and news blurbs, Twitter has decided to harness its social networking power to launch what may be the best music discovery service ever.
You know, the kind of 'social media' that predated laptops and smart phones. Reminisce about how folks used to keep track of ideas and share information.
Facebook connects two girl who bear a striking resemblance to one another.
Sixty-three people were sent to jail, and what they said on Facebook put them there.
Using social media to spread awareness and protest movements has become the norm, but a new device looks to combine it with GPS, as a kind of security blanket for protesters.
In this study on human behavior, we see that 140 characters is more than enough to be a huge jerk.
The power of social media triumphs again, asmonitoring Facebook and Twitter has helped the NYPD reduce murders in New York City.
Social media is considered a medium for those who don't mind sharing their personal details publicly, but a new search tool that data mines your profiles could be revealing more than you'd like.
Making sense of the tidal wave of data flowing through Twitter is practically impossible without a slick webpage that visualizes it all for you.