Social Media

Social Media Played Role In Unfolding Shooting Rampage In OregonFormer US Attorney General Eric Holder tweeted, "Enough!"
Facebook Users Can Now Post 7-Second Looping Video As Profile PicThe social media site allowed some users Wednesday to start making their profile pic a seven-second video that loops, better known as a gif.
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Twitter May Soon Expand Post Limit Beyond 140 CharactersTwitter's 140-character limit is one of the social media site's trademark features. It's the social media platform that's all about being succinct.
It Wasn't Just You - Facebook Crashed This MorningIf you were unable to log on to Facebook Thursday morning it wasn't just your computer. Thousands took to Twitter to report they were having trouble accessing the site around 9:40 a.m.
Mystery Man Known As "#HotDebateGuy" Identity RevealedThe biggest winner of Wednesday's Republican Debate may not have been on the stage.
Facebook Finally Caving In And Creating A 'Dislike' ButtonFacebook has changed its stance on creating a "dislike" button, several news sites reported.
Female Students At Pasadena High Say Strict Dress Code Is Getting UncomfortableTank tops aren't permitted at Pasadena High school unless the straps are at least two inches wide.
Shooting Murders Played Out On Live TV, Social MediaWhile friends and family mourn the loss of reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, millions more have gone to social media to try to make sense of the shocking act.
Rosemead Man, 19, Charged With More Than 150 Counts Including Revenge Porn, Lewd ActsThe DA's office says Cesar Mauricio Estrada-Davila reached out to young girls on a social media website between January and April claiming to be a modeling agent.
Instagram Removes Searchable #EDM Hashtag"#EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity.”
Peace Rally Held In South LA As Fears Of Rival Gang Competition Surge On Social MediaThe use of the hashtag "#100daysand100nights" has surged over the past week, sparking fears of what many perceive to be a threat that two gangs are competing to be the first to kill 100 people in South Los Angeles.