'Yosemitebear,' Whose Joy Beholding Double Rainbow Became A Viral Video, Dies At 57Paul L. Vasquez, the burly mountain man whose psychedelic reaction upon seeing a double rainbow propelled him to Internet stardom and turned him into a folk hero, has died in Central California. He was 57.
Facebook Removes QAnon Conspiracy Accounts; VDARE Accounts Targeting Hate Speech Toward Asian-AmericansFacebook says it has removed several groups, accounts and pages linked to QAnon, taking action for the first time against the far-right U.S. conspiracy theory circulated among supporters of President Donald Trump.
Twitter Stock Slumps Following 1st-Quarter, Pandemic-Powered LossesTwitter's stock tumbled Thursday after the San Francisco-based company failed to show it's weathering the pandemic-borne digital advertising slump the same way its bigger rivals Facebook and Google are.
Facebook's Business Looking Resilient Despite Coronavirus PandemicFacebook's core advertising business has been upended by the pandemic, but the company said it saw "signs of stability" in the first three weeks of April.
Vallejo Planning Commissioner Tosses Cat During Zoom Meeting; Later ResignsA planning commissioner in Vallejo has resigned after throwing his pet cat and apparently drinking a beer during a Zoom meeting between city officials that was made public.
Socially-Distanced San Franciscans Join Tony Bennett Virtually to Sing City by the Bay AnthemThe city by the bay's favorite adopted son led a virtual singalong of his “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” classic Saturday to raise spirits and salute caregivers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Local Residents Join Tony Bennett's 'I Left My Heart In San Francisco' For Noon Singalong Someone has placed a protective mask on San Francisco's statue honoring famed crooner Tony Bennett -- a fitting tribute to the city's favorite adopted son who led a virtual singalong of his "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" classic Saturday to raise spirits and salute caregivers during the coronvirus outbreak.
Facebook Is Taking On Zoom With New Video FeaturesFacebook is taking on platform-of-the-moment Zoom.
Coronavirus Update: FBI Warns Against Social Media Trend To Post Old High School Graduation PhotosA current social media trend of posting old graduation photos to show support for students who have had their public commencement ceremonies cancelled this year by the coronavirus outbreak may present opportunities for identity thieves, according to the FBI.
The 1st YouTube Video Was Uploaded 15 Years Ago TodayThe first ever YouTube video was uploaded on April 23, 2005 -- exactly 15 years ago.
Sharing High School Senior Photos On Social Media Enables Data Mining, Better Business Bureau WarnsA tribute to high school seniors who are missing the traditional send-offs due to coronavirus shelter-in-place orders has set off alarm bells from the Better Business Bureau.