Justin Timberlake Pokes Fun At 'It's Gonna Be May' MemeTimberlake asks the question: Can You Meme Yourself?
Jurors Could Face Stiff Penalty For Social Media ViolationsA new proposal could slap hefty fines on California jurors who violate restrictions on social media.
California Jurors Using Internet During Trial Could Be FinedJurors who threaten to derail trials by researching them on Google or posting comments about them on Twitter are often dismissed with nothing more than a tongue-lashing from a judge.
Celebrity Reactions On The Death of PrinceMany celebrities and famous figures took to social media to memorialize the artist...
Facebook Rearranging Notification Panel On Mobile AppsFacebook is rearranging the notification panel on its mobile apps in an effort to widen the audience watching live video on its social network.
Halle Berry Takes Topless Photo On Instagram And TwitterThe Oscar winner joins social media thanks to her love of photography "...and its ability to capture and reflect this extraordinary world that we live in."
Social Media Users Share Crying Tintin In Brussels AftermathA tearful, beloved cartoon adventurer, Tintin, quickly emerged as a symbol of solidarity in the chaotic aftermath of the Brussels bombings.
Celebrities Share Thoughts On Brussels AttacksMany notable names took to social media to express their shock and sadness at the events of Tuesday morning...
Counterterrorism Experts Say California Attacks Show ISIS Expanding Reach Via Social MediaLone-wolf attacks by self-radicalized Americans are likely to increase as the Islamic State comes under increasing fire in Iraq and Syria, one expert predicts.
Instagram To Begin Showing Photos In Order Of ‘Relevance’Instead of showing users the most recent posts first, the mobile photo-sharing app says it will give higher priority to posts that each user is likely to care about most.
Kanye West May Bless Instagram with His Presence"My tweets are a form of contemporary art," says Kanye. Hopefully he'll bring that art to Instagram.
Celebs Take To Social Media To Cut Trolls Down To SizeFrom Rick Ross to Rihanna to the Kardashians, celebrities are going out of their way to "clap back" at regular folk who have the audacity to come for them on social media.

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