Study: More Than Half Of Americans Have Changed Social Media Habits During PandemicThe pandemic, politics, and race relations have increased tensions around the country and that has changed the usage of social media among Americans.
#ClassOf2020 Facebook Challenge Could Put You At Risk Of Identity Theft, Better Business Bureau SaysSocial media challenges are a growing trend to help pass the time at home, but the Better Business Bureau is telling people to stop doing them.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Facebook Teams With Carnegie Mellon For Survey On SymptomsFacebook is teaming with Carnegie Mellon to gather symptom data on the coronavirus.
Facebook's 1st Ohio Data Center Up And Running; More To ComeOhio’s first Facebook data center is now up and running, with more investment in the facility on the way.
After Social Media Post, Community Rallies To Help Woman Replace Her Rusting Mailbox A social media post in Elizabeth Township is going viral for spreading kindness during the holiday season.
Man Accused Of Stealing $88,000 From Bank Vault Caught Thanks To Social Media PostsIf you're stealing money from a bank, it's probably not the best idea to brag about it on social media.
Woman Who Fell Victim To Facebook Pop-Up Ad Warns Of Scammers On The PlatformThe holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of year until a scammer dampens your holiday spirit.
Groundbreaking Held For Facebook Broadband Project In West VirginiaA groundbreaking has been held on Facebook's plan to expand broadband internet in West Virginia.
Facebook Bug Accesses iPhone's Camera While User Scrolls Through News FeedFacebook says a bug that inadvertently accesses a user's iPhone camera while they're scrolling through the News Feed will be fixed sometime today.
Hoax: Costco Isn't Giving Away A $75 CouponCostco has issued a warning to its customers about a scam coupon being shared again on social media.
Scammer Targets Woman Through Hacked Facebook Page, Claims She Can Make $80,000State police in Butler County are investigating after a woman was scammed out of more than $1,000 on Facebook.
Pa. Attorney General Along With 46 Other Attorneys General To Investigate Facebook For Potential Antitrust ViolationsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro along with 46 other Attorneys General have opened an investigation into Facebook.
Facebook Is Rolling Out A Test To Hide Your LikesFor the past decade, "likes" have been the chief currency of Facebook. It's the way we've determined how many people think our babies are cute, believe our jokes are funny and recognize our new jobs are impressive.
Study: Social Media May Harm Teens' Mental HealthSocial media use has been linked to depression, especially in teenage girls.
An 11-Year-Old Started The 'El Paso Challenge' To Help Community HealSixth-grader Ruben Martinez wants to hold up posters, pass out flyers and promote a challenge on Facebook he thinks will help his Texas community begin to heal from a devastating shooting that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured 24 others.