Social networks have taught us to think in extremes - but we need to be more nuanced when it comes to policing content.
New research looks at the factors that can influence the decision to leave a disaster zone or stay put.
With disinformation now taking direct aim at scientific knowledge, the science community must take centre-stage in defending its values.
Teenagers need to understand the risks posed by cybercrime and know about cybersecurity.
A social media monitoring company has analysed the use of emojis on Twitter over two years, predicting they will begin to replace text as the key provider of content.
Facebook has announced an ambitious renewable energy target.
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Our online presence has changed how we define death.
They used to be firm favourites — we examine the rise and fall of some of the big social media names of the past.
The rise of constant technology means that gamification; the act of turning tasks into games, may be the only way to get us to focus.
New research looks at the impact of social networks on disaster planning and management.
The American public is losing faith in the news it consumes from a wide range of media sources.
It's changing young brains and bodies - and possibly even the evolution of our hands.
New research shows that people are less happy spending time with loved ones when technology is present.