British young offenders who brag online could see tougher sentences
Sharing related video or images could increase the seriousness of an offence.
Periscope lets you scribble on your livestreams
The feature is iOS-only for now.
What becomes of Facebook when people start to value privacy?
We’ve learned to protect our online image, but that's inconvenient for a site that wants every gory detail of our lives.
It's complicated: A film examines our relationship with social media
The life you lead online isn't always the life you're actually living.
Twitter adds image descriptions to help the visually impaired
They'll be accessible to people using screen readers and braille displays.
Twitter is testing stickers you can add to photos
But do people want them?
What becomes of a failed app: It tries to become the next Snapchat
Because you can never have too many photo sharing applications.
On the Brink of Greatness: Social Video
Two seconds is the new six seconds.
Having multiple online identities is more normal than you think
The notion that we have just one authentic self is a fallacy.