Making Sense of Twitter’s Rumored 140-Character Limit Increase
Push it to the limit, and then redefine the limit.
Facebook Offers Free Mobile Internet to Boost Worldwide Usage
People in developing countries can now experience the joy of staring at their phones all day.
Facebook May Disrupt Publishing With “Instant Articles”
Will this be the final nail in the coffin for traditional news media, or the start of a new era of publishing?
How to Understand Keith Haring’s Work in a Post-Kardashian World
The late artist was a product and parent of the popular street art movement.
Social Media Posts Can Be Used to Track Your Credit Card Purchases
Anyone who is interested can keep tabs on where you are, what you do, and what you buy.
Illinois Schools Can Now Legally Ask Students for Their Social Media Passwords
The law is intended to stop cyberbulling in schools.