5 things you should never post on social media

Are you putting yourself in danger of identity theft by sharing too much info on social media? ClarkHoward.com warns that you should watch what you post.  A ... Full story

 

Instagram adds the ability to upload pictures in landscape and portrait

ON Thursday, the Facebook-owned Instagram finally introduced portrait and landscape orientation, allowing social shutterbugs to avoid cropping out gathered friends or that perfect pair of ... Full story

Instagram’s hot gay dads Kordale and Kaleb break up

INSTAGRAM’S favourite gay dads have ended their relationship. Caleb Anthony and Kordale Lewis, from Atlanta, Georgia, are parents to Desmiray, eight, Malia, eight, and Kordale ... Full story

Plus-size Old Navy shopper Rachel Taylor takes stand against body-shamers with viral selfie

A woman’s body confident changing room selfie has gone viral after she shared the reason behind her new purchase. Rachel Taylor was shopping in American chain ... Full story

Apple's new emojis are being used for racist messages

Good intentions can sometimes have bad consequences, which may be the case for the new racially diverse Apple emojis. A lot of iOS users were pleased with ... Full story

Pharrell Williams, Ellie Goulding and more join party for fat-shamed Dancing Man

A man fat-shamed by online bullies for having a dance now has a star-studded party being thrown in his honor. The photo of the man was ... Full story

IS busted for using ‘porn image in propaganda tweet’

THERE’S an old rule on social media, be careful what you tweet. So perhaps someone should have been kind enough to pass that on to ... Full story

Reddit CEO Yishan Wong smacks down former staffer on Reddit AMA

OUCH. This has to hurt. A former Reddit employee has been publicly shamed by the CEO after hosting his own AMA on the site. It all ... Full story

Google exec Scott Jenson leaves Internet of Things Expo because ‘audience is too small’

GOOGLE strategist Scott Jenson reportedly stormed out of a conference in San Francisco because the audience was too small. Speaking at the Internet of Things ... Full story

Facebook thinks a $1 fee is a fair price to override your privacy

Facebook is testing a service that would make it easier for complete strangers to send private messages directly to your inbox. How? It's simple — ... Full story