The latest happenings in social media, plus tips on using Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Foursquare and other social tools on the web.
Facebook rolled out an update to its app that adds a new way to quickly organize and post small batches of photos from your smartphone.
"They do not even seem present in the real world. They are “plugged in” to a virtual world of their own making."
Think like a professional Viner with these seven tips and tricks.
Taylor Swift's 1989 dropped 47 minutes ahead of its midnight release, sending fans on Twitter into digital hyperventilation a.k.a. frenetic all-caps mode.
The undead were out in full force this weekend -- but don't worry, you're perfectly safe.
Twitpic is dead, but Twitter took control of its archive.
Facebook users are already hacking the company's Rooms app, and Facebook is thrilled.
Show us your best photos of the great outdoors for this week's challenge, and you could win a Olympus camera.
Because sometimes you want to go where nobody knows your name.
'Mashable' is collaborating with Unpopular Now to bring you our #TwistVine challenge. Do the unexpected in a six-second video.
Being active on social media during an event can help you take your career to the next level.
Novels, poems, essays, children's books -- Margaret Atwood can write it all. Since she released her first poetry collection Double Persephone in 1961, Atwood has published more than 50 works, including her dystopian masterpiece The Handmaid's Tale. M...
Deciding between a Facebook Page, group or profile? We highlight the differences to help you understand when and how to use each one.
Snapchat is running ads because it needs the money.
We upload 21.9 billion photos to Instagram each year. Stacked up, those photos would reach deep into outer space.
Autumn: ‘Tis the season of hot cider, cable knit sweaters and an irrational obsession with pumpkin products.
Disaster preparedness = major likes
Twitter users can now listen to songs, podcasts and other audio content in tweets within the Twitter app, while continuing to scroll through other tweets.
During a natural disaster, Facebook will send you a message asking if you're OK. If you're secure, you can select a message saying "I'm safe."
Hours after the teenager behind a website that was publishing Snapchat hacked pictures, shut it down, Redditors complained about its demise, and hackers took revenge.
"The best Vines in this challenge revealed a sort of hidden world within every day life."
Bono is sorry. He just wants to be heard.
After some of the 98,000 hacked Snapchat pictures and videos were posted to The Snappening.org, the person who ran the site admitted his role to Mashable.