People are using the new ‘gender-swap’ filter on Snapchat to catfish unsuspecting men on Tinder.
A 16-year-old girl in Malaysia took her own life, after conducting an Instagram poll asking followers if she should die or not.
If you want a look at how dysfunctional things are within the halls of Luthuli House, this Twitter fight is a pretty good place to start.
A vulnerability in WhatsApp made it possible for hackers to spread surveillance software to mobile devices. Here’s what to look out for.
Meghan and Harry unfollowed every account, including Kensington Palace, so they could highlight other accounts, some of which belong to friends.
There’s a “kill switch” on Facebook that protects you from those who might want to steal your private information. Here’s how to activate it.
When you’ll do anything for subscribers, you could find yourself in some pretty uncomfortable situations – especially if there’s an octopus involved.
Facebook’s new dating app wants to make it easier for you to get out of the friend zone without being a creep about it.
Mark Zuckerberg took a break from mining your personal data to build a ‘sleep box’ for his wife.
Power is knowledge, although some things should quite clearly be left unseen. Enter the human milk duct system.
Mr South Africa 2019 recently announced their top 20 finalists, although the South African public appeared to be less than impressed.
Eric Cantona is known for being an oddball, but yesterday he took things to the next level with a very NSFW video posted to his Instagram account.
Houston Astros pitcher Collin McHugh went full Matrix to avoid getting whacked by a baseball.
A recent letter sent to the French president from Prince Charles got social media fired up over his spelling choices.
The ‘what if we kissed’ meme doing the rounds wants you to make out in the weirdest place possible.
A thread on Twitter proves that celebrities pee too, and also get up to some weird stuff in public.
Mark Zuckerberg got a taste of privacy invasion when the New York Times raided his bin with some interesting results.
Most of us have, at some or other point in our lives, had a brief interaction with someone famous. Over on Twitter, some of the funniest are now being shared.
Millions of Millennials have abandoned mainstream medicine in favour of self-diagnoses through social media. That’s not a good thing.
Convicted fraudster and ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni reckons that Herman Mashaba is due for a necklacing. That hasn’t endeared him to many.
WhatsApp has listed five settings you can change, in order to keep you safe from scammers and crooks on the platform.
Tesla really wants people to stop sleeping in their self-driving cars, but the viral videos just keep on coming.
People are clearly bored, because Twitter’s latest obsession is a parallel parking battle in Los Angeles.
As if to officially declare their independence, Meghan and Harry have broken away from the official royal family Insta-page and started their own.
When Rachel Kolisi took to Instagram to talk about what was happening in her husband’s DMs, Marike Botha’s life changed.
Jacob Zuma and his daughter clearly enjoyed themselves this weekend, which we know because he posted about it on Twitter.
Kids are leaving social media after discovering that their folks have been posting embarrassing pics of them for years, and it’s raised some interesting questions.