Facebook users can be classified into four different categories depending on their posts and use of additional Facebook features.
Newly developed software tool is capable of detecting social media users with fake profiles.
Your social media habits might need some tweaking as researchers revealed that Facebook use is contributing to users' misery.
Young adults who spent more time on social media were at increase risk of feeling socially isolated.
A loyal canine risks his life in an attempt to save the life of another canine. (Don't worry, this story has a happy ending.)
IU researchers develop new online tool to track how news spread online.
Having some occasional break from Facebook might be beneficial for your emotional well-being and satisfaction in life.
Social media data is more revealing than most netizens know, especially now that computers are capable of grouping consumers into marketing segments in real time by simply observing peoples' response to online videos and other social media data.
According to a recent published research conducted by David Baker and Dr. Guillermo Perez Algorta from Lancaster University as reported by Science Daily, there is a strong relationship between online social media use and the development of depression.
Leading military and intelligence experts have revealed in a global conference just how governments may use social media as a tool for warfare, with alarming evidence of how they use the internet as "a new front in warfare."
Adam Bain, COO of Twitter, announced on his account his intention to depart from the social media platform. According to Bain, he has already spoken to Jack Dorsey, current CEO of Twitter, about his plans to resign.
American Academy of Pediatrics warns parents about the possible effect of virtual violence exposure to their children
Social media has been widely used to spread environmental causes and projects, but can the environment really benefit in the massive connections of social media or will it be like other technological advances that were proven to be detrimental.
A new study shows that frequent and long visits to social media may increase risk of developing eating and body image concerns.