Facebook just unveiled a cool new feature. Not because of what it does, but because for once it doesn’t seem creepy or invasive.
New dad Ashton Kutcher has a new cause close to his heart: baby changing tables.
Facebook rolls out another new feature for suicide prevention.
It’s a fascinating look into at human psychology how we continuously post stupid, embarrassing, and potentially damaging stuff on social media, yet we refuse to stop. What’s wrong with us?
In the most recent iOS 8 update (available across devices, not just on the iPhone 6) you can actually figure out which app is the culprit of draining your battery the most and adjust your settings.
See the top six worst types of status updates.
According to a new study, misery loves company even on Facebook. Researchers at Ohio State found that when you’re in a bad mood, you’re more likely to checAccording to a new study, misery loves company even on Facebook. Researchers at Ohio State found that when you’re in a bad mood, you’re more likely to check in on Facebook friends who are even more miserable.k in on Facebook friends who are even more miserable.
There’s been a trend on Facebook asking people to list ten books that have stayed with them in some way. So Facebook analyzed the responses from 130,000 people to figure out the most influential books:
After a breakup, it’s a tradition to defriend your ex on Facebook so that they’re fully out of your life. But there’s a problem . . . deep down you want to keep tabs on them, to make sure their life sucks and you’re “winning” the break-up. 22% of women admit they’ve done this:
You should have figured it out by now, but companies Google you when you apply for jobs these days. Check out the seven craziest things employers have found out about job candidates on Facebook and Twitter: