There’s a better use for the social platform’s new tool than spamming your friends.
This is “not a romance” but “a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.”
As platforms like Facebook and Instagram crack down on explicit content, Twitter has allowed nudity to thrive.
More meme accounts are going private. Their owners say it’s a new way to gain followers on a crowded platform.
#PlaneBae is just the most recent example of an obnoxious trend.
“Local Twitter” is a booming network of basic, young suburbanites across the country.
The scientific debate around this question keeps raging, but one neuroscientist says we’re more alike than we think.
The head of the National Constitution Center speaks out on how social media has eroded the founding father's vision for democracy.
While the platform’s other stars pull pranks in the hopes of going viral, Miles McKenna is helping fans figure out who they are.
The 21-year-old became enormously popular for his outrageous prank videos—but if his recent New York show is any indication, it may not last forever.
Hotels are being forced to figure out how to work with a new class of brand-peddling marketers.
"This is my full-time job. You spend so many years to build it up and they can just erase it with one button."
How does a Google-averse generation figure out how to deal with acne, fake friends, and boy trouble? On Instagram, of course.
The online joke cycle moves too fast now for e-commerce businesses to keep up.
MrBeast has gone viral for giving away hundreds of thousands of dollars, but he has previously used slurs and made offensive jokes.
The 9-year-old has built a huge following with profane Instagram posts, but the bravado of “the youngest flexer of the century” masks a sadder tale about fame and exploitation.
Normally filled with news and Trump memes, the page is now covered in photos of “the one true Donald’s” face.
“Bird hunting” has become a pastime and a side hustle for teens and young professionals, but for some it’s a cutthroat business.
“Kids who don’t know how to use social media are definitely at a disadvantage.”
Emoji hearts are hard to read but there’s one that beats them all.