As companies strive to take advantage of the selfie phenomenon, they're also realizing that consumers' self-portraits constitute a whole new form of brand co-creation.
Are we really filtering out our ability to cope with our own imperfections?
Content creators with millions of fans are increasingly willing to voice their political views. Their influence on American politics may be in its infancy but it is growing fast.
In a year with demands of writing and editing a memoir, inspiration can be found in photography.
The jailing of the two men shows the government of President Nursultan Nazarbayev well understands that it can no longer underestimate the power of new forms of civic activism.
When Facebook accidentally listed millions of users as "dead" in an embarrassing glitch it was a reminder that everyone needs to plan for their own digital death.
The #bookstagram hashtag on Instagram is changing the way the world looks at reading.
Photographers can't pay the bills with Instagram likes – but it's pushing them to capture more spectacular images than ever before.
It costs multiple millions to sponsor a global sports event. Why bother when non-sponsors cleverly associate themselves for next to nothing?
Forget about Snapchat, WhatsApp and Facebook, for the Edwardians it was all about the picture postcard.
Whether it’s through Facebook or Snapchat, images and videos are changing how we communicate. But as words become more trivial, our attention, our creativity, and even our empathy may be at stake.
A growing number of young men are using steroids, but there are few public services to help this vulnerable group.
The #Brexit campaign is showing a masterful use of hashtags to dominate the debate in this corner of the internet. But no filters please, we're British.
Researchers got 128 students at a middle school to use Twitter to further their science learning. And what happened? These students learned how to connect science to real life.
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are helping change the top-down nature of organised Christianity.
According to the science of selfies, they seem to tap into some deep psychological desires.
Glamour labor is a phenomenon of the digital age, which is radically changing the way we think about work, success and privacy.
The legal system is working out how much of an exclusive right you have to commercial use of your own name, image, likeness or identity – and online that doesn't just mean in an ad.
As usage continues to grow in the region, what's the ongoing dynamic between the Middle East and social media? It's complicated.
Snapping and sharing photographs has never been easier. But being inundated with images can have a host of unintended consequences, from heightened anxiety to impaired memory.