The 'Watch' button adds a Snapchat Story-like feature to the popular video-sharing app
One of the best known entrepreneurs in the UK is joining the social media giant - the board now has two women and eight men
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'
'People are annoyed cause when black people wear this style they are stereotyped as druggies and are “unkempt",' says one fan
The controversial columnist criticised The Voice after news emerged last year’s winner Stevie McCrorie had returned to his day job as a fireman
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
'What the research suggests is that we need to be smart about how we use social media'
Pub talk is no more representative of "real Britain" than social media
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
The companies have many of the same objections that they have registered throughout the process — but outlines them in the strongest possible terms, arguing that the could undermine some of the internet’s most important protections
'My walk can always get better I hope the unrelated bitterness in ur heart can too,' says the 20-year-old model
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