Puns fly on Twitter as Hillary Clinton names Kaine her vice presidential candidate of choice. Or is that Kaindidate?
The Democratic party's presumptive nominee for president of the United States says via a tweet late Friday that she's picked Sen. Tim Kaine, underscoring the continued importance of social media in the campaign.
Trump's usually hyperactive Twitter account was, naturally, radio silent, but others had their say on social media during the GOP presidential nominee's acceptance speech.
The GOP confab in Cleveland witnessed Facebook and Twitter playing a bigger role than ever before.
On today's podcast, we also talk about group dating on Tinder and Apple lining its pockets with Pokemon Go cash.
The social media company wants to make relevant-to-your-interest Periscope broadcasts easier to find and watch.
We discuss the microblogging site's permanent ban of a notorious troll, lackluster interest in the iPhone 7 and a kick-ass golf cart.
The social network is promising to take a harder stance on online nastiness after suspending the account of conservative firebrand @Nero.
Want the blue checkmark that accompanies a verified account on Twitter? You can now ask for it.
The comedian calls on Twitter to offer its users greater protection against abuse. Says Jones: "Some of these people are crazy sick."
Twitter has fun with Melania Trump as it riffs on similarities between her speech and one given by the person whose position she wants...Michelle Obama.
In what appeared to be a staffers' mistaken missive, the DOJ tweeted CNN was "the biggest troll of them all" for an article about the Republican National Convention.
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