Social media is addictive, and like all drugs, it's doing us more harm than good
Nearly 20 per cent of social media users report mental health problems due to pressure of 'keeping up appearances'
Andrea Peterson looks at how tech companies are changing the way blind people experience the world, on and offline
The tool is meant to allow people to talk about tweets in private, and the site says that doing so has already grown 200 per cent in the last year
The crackdown will make it easier for foreigners to share information about North Korea with the outside world
Ratajkowski paints herself as a feminist icon, but her career highlight endorsed forms of art and culture that demean and dehumanise women
The 25-year-old actor has come under fire from fans for being the face of Lancôme's 'Blanc Expert' line abroad
The new feature has been added to the iOS and Android app, and been extended to other apps including those specifically made for the visually-impaired
Apparently the bouncer had been busy playing on his mobile
The Match of the Day presenter's misjudged gag about England's defence didn't impress his Twitter followers
Matthew Doyle is accused of publishing or distributing written material which is threatening, abusive or insulting, likely or intended to stir up racial hatred
The Rev Dr Jo Bailey Wells warned that social media had encouraged people to publish comments before they had thought them through
The messages started out harmless, if bizarre, but have descended into outright racism — before the bot was shut down
"Keep Instagram Chronological!" has been the battle cry, a plea to protect our God-given right to scroll through a load of pictures that are probably a bit dull
The feature is in the testing stage at the moment, though it appears that it could be coming to users in the future
Following a disastrous change to its Creme Egg recipe last year, Cadbury launched a social media fightback. Will this Easter be a time of redemption?