Social media services are getting into every part of our lives, so it makes sense to figure out how best to use them to get into college.
Facebook addicts and widespread apathy are still key barriers to Google's social Web ascent.
Facebook is like the popular kid in school who everyone wants to be friends though you know you’ll just end up trash-talking them behind their back.
“Friends” may be a word of the past for social networks. With Google+, you can organize your connections into far more specific categories.
Google's Facebook imitation -- Google+ -- is gaining some user growth propulsion.
A link spreading on Facebook purports to show a Casey Anthony confession, but it’s actually a scam.
Facebook may finally have some true competition in the social networking world, and it’s not from Twitter or LinkedIn, but rather from Google’s newest product.
If you see a link on Facebook promising an invite to Google’s new social networking platform, ignore it.
In anticipation of President Obama’s first-ever Twitter town hall event, we’ve picked out nine of our favorite questions proposed on Twitter that we hope the president answers.
Are you overwhelmed by the sheer number of emails you get each day? A new set of guidelines hopes to cut the quantity we send and boost the quality of them as well.