In World Of Internet Fame, Social Media Followers Aren’t Always What They SeemWebsites are popping up to help the follower challenged or those who don’t think a few million is enough.
Look Ma, No Hands! Hobie Begins Testing Alternative To The Paddle Board That's More About The PedalsThe Mirage Eclipse hasn't hit stores yet, but it is already the talk of the beach.
Caught On Tape: Feuding Neighbor Fatally Shoots Family's 2-Year-Old Dog In PerrisAfter viewing the now viral video, deputies say it was clear the dog was not aggressive and Christopher Samuel did not shoot the dog in self-defense.
Many Not Near Pakistan Blast Erroneously Receive Notification Via Facebook Asking If They're OKFollowing a bombing of a park in the Pakistan city of Lahore, many users via Facebook received notifications from the social media site asking if they were OK.
Facebook Enables Safety Check Feature Following Brussels AttackFacebook's Safety Check feature for Brussels has been turned on following the series of explosions at the Brussels airport and metro station.
Facebook Users Report Problems With Social Network's Messenger App, Basketball GameMany Facebook users on Monday morning reported having issues with the social networking site's messenger app and March Madness-inspired basketball game.
Florida Mom Who Runs Pro-Gun Facebook Page Shot By Her 4-Year-Old SonThe boy was not harmed in the incident.
LAPD Investigating Possible Hate Crime At USC"An undergraduate student notified us that ... he had eggs thrown at him accompanied by racial slurs. This act was shameful and will not be tolerated,,,," said Vice President of Student Affairs Ainsley Carry.
You Can Now Share Music Via Spotify In Facebook MessengerFacebook announced Wednesday that you will be able to share playlists and songs via Spotify inside conversations on Messenger.
Egyptian Flight Student's 'Foolish Mistake' Posting Trump Threat Could Get Him DeportedAn Egyptian flight student faces deportation after posting a threat on Facebook against presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Mark Zuckerberg Calls Out Employees For Replacing 'Black Lives Matters' With 'All Lives Matter' On Office WallsFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly wants his employees to stop crossing out "black lives matter" messages on the walls of their office.
Reactions Now Available To The Public On Facebook Facebook released earlier today an extension of their Like button called "Reactions" which will make it easier for the user to express how they feel about a post with a simple click of a button.

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