Computer scientists at Indiana University discovered a relationship between the number of social media "friends" and happiness.
Social media still has its benefits, like keeping in touch with friends and family that are separated by large distances. A central reason that we keep coming back to social media is that we keep thinking it will give us a boost and make us feel better. But in reality, it makes us feel worse.
Donald Trump is highly active when it comes to his Twitter account, but most of his tweets were deemed inappropriate by experts. Read on to find out why.
A new study has found tweets mentioning foods can be a great source of health insights.
Facebook announces that its Live video feature will soon be launched on Android devices.
A new study found a link between sleep problems and social media use.
Epic Games apologized to an American professor who was restricted from playing the online game, Paragon, because he shared his name with someone who was on a US government blacklist.
Twitter App for iOS is consuming a lot of cellular data of iPhone users due to Vine video auto play. This has become a cause of serious concern to the users
Twitter is rumored to be increasing the limit of characters in tweets from 140 to 10,000.
The company is reportedly testing a new product that will keep the stream the way it looks but allow users to read more when they click on tweets.
A brand new app for Mac has been designed by Twitter, launching a completely new and fresh app that finally adds desktop to its web and mobile counterparts.
After U.K. astronaut Tim Peake called a woman by mistake from an International Space Station, he later tweeted an apology to her.
Twitter recently warned a group of users that it believes have been hacked by the “state sponsored actors”, reported The Guardian
Twitter shows you ads even if you are not logged in
Justice ministry of Saudi Arabia is planning to sue Twitter user for comparing the death sentence of Palestinian poet to that of barbaric acts of Islamic State
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.