The 21st century has gotten off to a roaring start, with exciting new digital technologies emerging every day to further connect us with one another.
"Constant checkers" are more prone to mental depression.
Emojis could be worth a thousand words.
Teens may end up liking themselves based on the number of likes they get.
A new study indicates that regular use of Facebook could affect one's emotional well-being and satisfaction with life.
The recent suicide of Brandy Vela, a teen in Texas City, was a potent reminder of the sometimes tragic consequences of bullying.
Parents should also be careful of what they post about their children online.
Recent studies reveal links between selfies and self-esteem, saying that posting and looking at selfies can greatly affect people's opinion of themselves.
A team of researchers found out that people use Twitter to discuss about cardiovascular diseases.
It has been rumoured that Twitter will be planning on extending their 140-character limit. Twitter is planning on extending the length of its tweets, but in a more productive manner, concerning attached media and mentions.
Twitter's new security feature aims to block threats and harassments to people online.