Social Media

Instagram got caught out here doing too damn much trying to be like TikTok and is now rolling back some controversial updates.

Twitter had a major service outage, and users reacted hilariously to being without their favorite social media platform.


BlackPlanet, the pioneering social media platform created in 1999, has released a documentary exploring its rise and impact on what social media is today. The documentary features interviews with various notable figures in Black culture, media, and technology.

Elon Musk bailing on the $44 billion Twitter acquisition saga has taken an interesting turn.

YES, you can finally remove yourself from that conversation you got caught up in because people don't know how to use Twitter properly.

Again, we want an edit button, but Twitter keeps giving us other features its users are not requesting. The latest new feature being tested by Twitter is called "CoTweets."

Snapchat is putting its money where its mouth is and is looking out for Black content creators.

Nope, we still can't edit tweets after we hit send, BUT soon we can drop blog posts instead of being reduced to threads.

The bored billionaire Elon Musk finally addressed Twitter employees since striking a $44 billion deal to purchase the social media company.

It looks like bootleg Tony Stark, aka Elon Musk, will indeed purchase Twitter, and depending on who you ask, this development is not being well received.

Former President Barack Obama sounds the alarm about disinformation and its danger to democracy and feels the US social media giants could do more to curb it.

Bootleg Tony Stark, aka Elon Musk, made his "best and final" offer to purchase 100% of Twitter, telling its Chairman of the Board that it "needs to be transformed as a private company."