Drink your urine to cure COVID? That's the latest internet disinformation campaign.
Guten tag! Der Bar ist schon! (Good day! The bear is beautiful!) Welcome to things Shane is learning on a German language app.
Shane offers his top picks for music in 2021.
Social media companies had an eventful year, starting with Twitter and Facebook banning then-President Donald Trump from their platforms after the Capitol riots. Later in the year the debate over social media's impact on the public exploded when Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen leaked tens of thousands of damning internal documents about the harm the company is causing to its users around the world. Amid the fallout that has included congressional hearings, Facebook rebranded itself Meta Platforms, reflecting its commitment to developing the metaverse. CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the metaverse as a "virtual environment" you can go inside of — instead of just looking at on a screen.
This year, many are returning to online marketplaces like eBay and Facebook for their holiday shopping. Source by: Stringr
Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri is slated to testify this week in front of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee after a Wall Street Journal report …
I have but few great stories in my arsenal, and none shine so bright as The Time Taylor Swift And I Almost Became An Item. Taylor might tell it differently.
Can we talk about Astroworld? There's a lot of blame to go around, but let's not let that stop the music.
Prince Harry has claimed he warned Twitter about the platform being used to stage a "coup" the day before the US Capitol riots but his email w…
A good Tuesday to all. Rain enters today's forecast.
CLAIM: Three recent giraffe deaths at the Dallas Zoo may have been related to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Based on her profile photo, she's a dead ringer for pop songstress Ariana Grande as she stands on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards. Or perhaps this simply proves Ewarto is a fan of music like myself. Who am I to question my soulmate?
Facebook was sued in Illinois over the tag suggestion feature.
Facebook said it will shut down its face-recognition system and delete the faceprints of more than 1 billion people.
An Elvis Presley bust that was swiped from a Central Illinois bar has been returned after the story of its theft attracted international attention.