Meetup.com was back online Monday, after a series of massive denial-of-service attacks that lasted off and on for four days.
A New Jersey state appeals court on Tuesday ruled that paroled sex offenders can be barred from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social networking platforms.
Colt Ford’s latest album, ‘Declaration of Independence’ is has become a #1 best seller, despite minimal airtime support. Find out what three elements he embraces to ensure his success.
Millions of Americans are spending dozens of hours a week on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. At times, trying to keep up with these services can be overwhelming.
Is Fido looking for love? Or perhaps a furry friend? Well, look no FURther.
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is locked in — er, make that logged on.
Some people are calling the technology invasive and watchdogs are fearful that it may be a step in the wrong direction.
Chances are you’ve either heard of it or you’re already obsessed with it. It’s the newest social networking craze – Pinterest.
A New York law is credited with removing 24,000 sex offenders from Internet social networking sites nationwide.
The updated system will be in place by next week and consists of just two warning levels: elevated and imminent.
Some much-needed tech support has come to Facebook for concerned parents. If you have questions or concerns about keeping your teens safe from cyber bullies, there are new online tools to help.
New studies suggest social networking sites can have a huge impact on your mental health, even leading to a digital depression, Maurice DuBois reports.
Nick Jaensch and Keith Bessette have developed shizzlr.com, a corner of the Internet dedicated to college students and 20-somethings.
Tweeting about what club “y’all” are going to tonight? Must be from the South. Looking forward to “suttin” special? Then you probably live in New York.
An unknown tweeter set up a fake Twitter account and briefly linked it to Andrew Cuomo’s official state website Sunday morning.