Another celebrity has taken to Twitter to shame Hollywood’s most scantily clad with some harsh words.
King James has his two NBA Championships, multiple MVP awards and Olympic gold medals, now LeBron wants to give the NFL a try.
Social networks and big digital services are always tweaking their privacy settings, all in the name of helping you make better connections with people you know and don’t know.
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
“What a great morning 2 awake 2 hear the media frenzy about Holmes quitting on his team, and he sucks, and he always blaming someone else,” Holmes tweeted Friday morning.
Social media was flooded this weekend with documentation of a frustrating commute on the F Train, in which passengers ended up stuck in a tunnel for two and a half hours.
You might think that it would be the Westside Highway during rush hour, or a busy subway platform on a summer day, but researchers have declared Hunter College High School the saddest place in Manhattan.
It has been revealed that Booker has been exchanging tweets with a woman who bares her body at a vegan strip club in Portland, Ore.
Twitter announced Wednesday that it is launching a new feature to let U.S. users receive emergency notices as text messages.
Former NFL offensive lineman Brian Holloway initially thought the Twitter photos showing young people partying at his family’s second home in upstate New York were a hoax.
Kara Alongi had vanished Sept. 30, 2012 after posting a message on her Twitter account that alluded to an intruder in her house, police said.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle says running back David Wilson has only two options after his nightmarish season opener: “He can either get in the tank, or he can man up.” Rolle didn’t recommend, however, that Wilson blast his critics on Twitter.
The next time you’re invited to a wedding, check the invitation, because you may be asked to leave your phone at the door or be expected to help document the big day.
The unit at Amazon that runs Web servers for other companies ran into problems Sunday, leading to outages or slowdowns on several popular websites.
Social media has become an integral part of our lives — but what you put on sites like Facebook and Twitter could get you fired.