Academics and social media users weigh in on Twitter’s most unexplained phenomenon.
The app, and the impulses that inspired it, are proof that we don't just want to watch the people we follow – we want to know what it's like to be them.
In the Noughties, it was a relationship milestone. Now, it's just another dead feature. What happened?
Scare PewDiePie is the first series on YouTube Red, Google's attempt to generate revenue for original web programming.
It's ironic that the most heated discussions of the platform's weaknesses are playing out on the platform itself.
EOS lip balms have conquered the internet, thanks to their smooth spherical shape and the passion and imagination of teenagers.
Sharing fanart can be a radical act.
For mixed-race and BME people in search of a donor, survival can be a case of beating the statistics.
The app let you "buy", "sell", and edit facsimiles of other people's Twitter accounts. Unsurprisingly, it's already closed.
The dangers of allowing “internet” to mean “Facebook”.
Peach is simply further proof of how difficult it is to build a wide user base.
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